China has issued guidelines to ensure the high-quality development of cross-border e-commerce
posting and delivery services, a State Post Bureau (SPB) official said on April 11.
The guidelines were jointly issued by the SPB, Ministry of Commerc
e and General Administration of Customs, SPB official Tu Gang told a press conference.
While stressing the significance of cross border delivery services, Tu said weaknesse
s remained in aspects such as user experience, security control and international rules.
China will launch a whole-process supervision approach on cross-border delivery services and implement security management
regulations including real-name receiving and posting, human and machine examination of parcels.
China supports foreign investors to set up new busi
nesses in the industry within its territory through legitimate applications.