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Port E-Commerce

The customs authority at Alataw Pass, a major rail port in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in northwest China, has handled more than 1 million cross-border parcels so far this year.

In a little over a week since the New Year, the value of products that passed through the port amounted to over 8 million yuan ($1.24 million), showing active cross-border e-commerce, according to the customs.

The outbound parcels, including toys, digital products, clothes and daily necessities, were mainly from China’s manufacturing hubs such as Dongguan and Shenzhen in south

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