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When Zhou liang answered the doorbell recently, he was rather astonished to see what he had purchased on the Internet only two days before sitting on his doorstep.
"I never expected to get my books so quickly," he told Business
Li Qiang, an employee of a Beijing-based electronics company
shared Zhous experience. He said online shopping was very good
and always offered comparatively lower prices than ordinary retailer
Along with Chinas rapidly developing IT industry, online
shopping is attracting the interest of more and more people.
Wang Juntao, general manager of the Electronic Business Department
of Beijing-based Federal Software Co Ltd, said online
shopping had tremendous market potential giving Chinas large
In mid-March, Wangs company established an online shopping
center for Internet surfers.
More than 14,000 kinds of goods are available on the Federal
website, including computers, software, books and daily necessity.
Its online service cover 13 cities in China including Beijing,
Shanghai and Nanjing.
"We have achieved great success in the three months since we
launched the service," he said.
Figures from the company show that by mid-June, the sales
volume of the website reached more than 2 million Yuan (US
Daily visitors to the site surged from 10,000 in March to
30,000 in June.
With the increase in the number of Chinas Internet users,
that figure is likely to multiple," Wang said.
Industry experts say that because of the lack of appropriate
payment tools, online shopping is still at a primitive stage.
The Federal site is reportedly the first Chinese website that
combines online shopping with online payment.
Sources from the company say that customers can use credit
cards from several banks including Bank of China and the Industrial
and Commercial Bank of China.
"The application of online payment marks up a milestone for
(31) the development of the online industry," Wand said.
However, problems such as a limited pot of Internet users,
(32) comparatively high charges on Internet surfing and traditional views
(33) on shopping have hindered the development of online shopping.
"There is still a long way to go for us to become a competent
online shopping company both in and outside China," Wang said.
He said the company planned to invest 200 million Yuan (US
24 million) on its shopping website by the end of 2000.
"We are going to seek cooperation with domestic and oversea
companies to extend the variety of our online products," he said.