Russian goods can go out on five electronic platforms by year-end

© Photo : courtesy of Macmichael Mamonov. Archive photoRussian goods can go out on five electronic platforms by year-end© photo : courtesy of REC

Russian export centre (REC) in 2017 plans that Russian production will be released on five electronic trading platforms – in China, Japan and Vietnam, said in an interview with RIA Novosti Director of international trade promotion of the group of companies REC Mikhail Mamonov.

«We’re launching this year on the five trading electronic platforms, three of which focused exclusively on China is 1688, TMall and JD.com. Our operator will be ready to accept products from any number of Russian manufacturers. Russian operator in conjunction with the sites and maybe with the local subcontractors will be selling Russian goods. Discovery must occur before December 20,» — said Mamonov.

«In Japan, it will be Rakuten (who, incidentally, popular in France, and in Germany, and we’re planning to open parallel platform) and Lazada in Vietnam. I will say that the interest is there. We are in test mode tested by Vietnamese site – on the same day called looking for «Agusha» – it was the only thing we put up, just to see if the Internet works-infrastructure», he continued.

According to him, the project Made in Russia and in the framework of the project on electronic Commerce, the REC will also focus on creating non-standard promotion solutions in the Chinese social networks. «We realize that China’s great firewall does not allow us to work through the global tools like Facebook and Google. But we also know that today trade on WeChat and Weibo is catching up with the giants of the market from the number of online tools,» he said.

The full interview is available on the website 1prime.ru at 9.00 GMT.

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