WUHAN, China, Nov. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Second Optics Valley Global Cross-border E-commerce Forum (the Forum) is being held at the Hilton Wuhan Optics Valley today and tomorrow, November 28 - 29, 2016. This forum is supported by the Wuhan Municipal People's Government and the Department of Commerce of Hubei Province; it is being guided by the East Lake High-tech Development Zone Administrative Committee and the Wuhan Municipal Bureau of Commerce, and is organized by Winliner Global Information Technology Co., Ltd. and Transn iLangNet Network Technology Co., Ltd. Revolution and Innovation, A New Era of Cross-border E-commerce With the theme of "Revolution and Innovation, A New Era of Cross-border E-commerce", the forum aims to explore the new trends and orientation of the cross-border e-commerce industry and find new partnerships for county-level economies. With Wuhan Optics Valley as the hub, this forum will help build a platform for the communication and cooperation of the global cross-border e-commerce industry. Invitees to the Forum include nearly 30 mainstream business platforms and executives from various association from all countries and regions, the world's leading industry experts and scholars, responsible people from China's top 100 cities, and guests from representative companies in the cross-border e-commerce industry. In addition, Mr. Long Yongtu, the chief negotiator and former Vice Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation (MOFTEC); a representative from Valparaso, the second largest city in Chile; and the chairman of the Global Alliance for Cross-border E-commerce will all be in attendance. They will gather here to participate in discussions such as "How Urban Cooperation Creates Cross-Border E-Commerce", "Building A Silk Road in the Air", "The Revolution of Cross-Border B2B", "A New Source For Cross-Border E-Commerce: Artificial Intelligence and Sophisticated Technology", "Building the Brand of Cross-Border E-Commerce" and "Mobility and Socialization: The New Move of Cross-Border E-Commerce". Working to build friendly cities and help county-level enterprises do overseas business Trade volume between the China and Chile has increased by four times in the 11 years since the signing of their bilateral free trade agreement. Furthermore, trade products are more diversified. Advantageous products have entered the markets of the respective parties; the long-term and friendly partnership of both countries has enabled more Chilean products to enter the Chinese market. In line with the development trends of foreign trade between the two countries, this forum will provide substantial help to Chinese cities and enterprises.The forum will promote Valparaiso in Chile and the matching cities in China to establish a new type of urban cooperative relations, promote bilateral industrial docking, economic and trade exchanges and facilitate the cultural and educational exchanges of the bilateral parties. With the efforts of Winliner, the friendship city establishment signing ceremony will be held at the Forum between Yucheng, China and Valparaso, Chile. At the forum, a "Cross-Border E-Commerce Financial Engineering Research Base" will be established by several parties by integrating the theoretical innovation study and the practical application of industry. The research base is committed to adding cross-border finance to the vast county-level economy and promoting industrial restructuring and development.