China cross border ecommerce is becoming more and more important to local entrepreneurs as a way to increase sales and find new customers, Xinhua reports, at a time where foreign trade is losing momentum.

It has been reported that over 200,000 companies are dealing with cross-border e-commerce, and the demand for China eCommerce agency to provide guidance on the ever-changing ecommerce landscape has been growing steadily.

Since June, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is promoting the expansion of China cross border eCommerce as a way to boost foreign trade, which fell to to 11.53 trillion yuan (1.89 trillion U.S. dollars) in the first half of 2015