Raj Subramaniam is executive vice president of marketing and communications, FedEx Services

Raj Subramaniam on Global E-Commerce by 2020

By 2020 Chinese e-tailing is projected to match the size of today’s U.S., U.K., Japan, German and French markets combined. What are the implications?

Raj Subramaniam is executive vice president of marketing and communications, FedEx Services

Over at Bdaily, a UK-based online business news platform, Raj Subramaniam offers up some eye-opening insights into the role e-commerce is playing in the evolution of the global economy — especially as millions of new consumers continue to come online in China. Subramaniam is executive vice president of marketing and communications, FedEx Services.

As Subramaniam writes, “By 2020 Chinese e-tailing is projected to match the size of today’s U.S., U.K., Japan, German and French markets combined, reaching up to £419 billion in sales, according to the McKinsey Global Institute.”

Subramaniam goes on to detail how international trade policy has the potential to stifle the opportunities e-commerce represents to entrepreneurs around the world.

You can read Subramaniam’s complete comments on Bdaily here.

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  1. i think that is so true

    Marlon Chuno September 12, 2013

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