E-commerce promotes rural development

By: Liu Fang, Zhi Xinghua,China Tibet News
Updated: June 23, 2021


Photo shows the staff of the Electronic Commerce Public Service Center in Yadong County, Xigaze City, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, distributing goods according to customer orders. [China Tibet News/Kelsang Jigme]

Since the implementation of the comprehensive demonstration work of e-commerce in rural areas in 2015, up to now, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region has built 27 county-level logistics distribution centers, 231 township-level service stations and 704 village-level service points, providing an important guarantee for expanding the channels for farmers and herdsmen to increase their income, consolidating the achievements of poverty alleviation and promoting rural revitalization.