Chinese farmers use E-Commerce to improve life

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As China is making more efforts to address the issue of poverty, many rural areas in the country are now embracing electronic commerce to improve life there.

A Chinese E-commerce platform, named Lecuntao, has eyed the rural market for E-commerce and already reached into 15 provinces and hundreds of counties since it was first launched last year in July.

CCTV’s Hu Chao went to one village in north China’s Shanxi Province to find out how the E-commerce was doing there.

Chinese farmers use E-Commerce to improve life

Chinese farmers use E-Commerce to improve life

As China is making more efforts to address the issue of poverty, many rural areas in the country are now embracing electronic commerce to improve life there. A Chinese E-commerce platform, named Lecuntao, has eyed the rural market for E-commerce and already reached into 15 provinces and hundreds of counties since it was first launched last year in July. CCTV's Hu Chao went to one village in north China's Shanxi Province to find out how the E-commerce was doing there.
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Mary Gallagher on poverty in China

CCTV America spoke to Mary Gallagher, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan and Director of the Center for Chinese Studies.

Mary Gallagher on poverty in China

Mary Gallagher on poverty in China

CCTV America spoke to Mary Gallagher, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan and Director of the Center for Chinese Studies.
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