Dakaitaowa, the first Russian online marketplace intended for trade with China, may set up an e-commerce pavilion on one of the Alibaba Group resources, said Anna Barysheva, Dakaitaowa CEO in China, at a press conference at TASS news agency.
“We are negotiating with Alibaba Group on the set-up of Russian pavilion on the Alibaba platform,”- she said.
In addition, an agreement on cooperation with some Chinese retail chains has been achieved, Barysheva added.
According to Oleg Dmitrienko, Head of Dakaitaowa Russia, currently they work with 30 Russian suppliers, with their number to reach 50 by the end of the year.
Dakaitaowa, launched on June 1, 2016, is positioned as a B2B, B2C platform to sell Russian foodstuff in China. The project is supported by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation.