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The Development Strategy of E-Commerce Logistics in Beijing

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ABSTRACT

“Warehouse explosion phenomenon” of e-commerce, the last one kilometer electricity supplier logistics problems and high cost of logistics and other issues, has become a troubled electricity supplier and logistics companies the biggest problem. Therefore the major commercial enterprises have chosen enterprise logistics operation model according to the different characteristics of their respective enterprises. This paper analyzed the present situation and characteristics of e-commerce logistics in Beijing, and put forward the Countermeasures for the development of e- commerce logistics in Beijing. The countermeasures of the integration development of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei, e-commerce logistics business model and the policy measures should greatly promote the development the e-commerce in Beijing.

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Liu, B. and Li, J. (2015) The Development Strategy of E-Commerce Logistics in Beijing. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 3, 99-105. doi: 10.4236/jss.2015.311012.

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