Analysis of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises’ E-Commerce Development Status in China in the New Economy Era

Zheng ZHANG, Yu WANG

Abstract


E-commerce has become a new operation model in the new economy ear and the growth point of national economy. Since 1990s, e-commerce has risen and developed rapidly in the entire world, and been changing the original economic pattern as well as the original operation model and economic level. E-commerce has facilitated the development of new economy and become the prerequisite for economic globalization, made e-commerce an important symbol of economic globalization and promoted sustainable development of social economy. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play a proactive role in China’s economic development. E-commerce can not only reduce operation cost and enhance economic benefits of small and medium-sized enterprises but also provide them with opportunities for competing with large enterprise and wider market space. However, they inevitably encounter varied barriers in the process. This paper proposed some solutions for problems existing in the development of small and medium-sized enterprises in the hope of making small and medium-sized enterprises further conduct e-commerce in a scientific and reasonable way in the new economy era.

Keywords


New economy era; Small and medium-sized enterprises; E-Commerce; Status analysis

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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