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Some global retailers have begun reopening stores in Mainland China as the coronavirus crisis continues – but concerns remain over supply chain challenges.
Chinese online giant JD and its on-demand delivery platform Dada Group, will provide 35,000 jobs during the coronavirus epidemic to minimise its impact on employment.
Chinese online e-commerce giants Alibaba and JD have both introduced logistics solutions for medical personnel working to arrest the spread of coronavirus in China.
E-commerce giant JD.com has opened a 24/7 store chain, 7Fresh Life, in Beijingalong with its first Seven Fun lifestyle space, intended to serve as a “third place” for working professionals.
JD has launched the “My Pet Profile Initiative” so its customers can receive recommendations for pet products and services.
Lenovo and JD have announced its plan to sell US$1.4 billion in enterprise products over the next three years.
China’s two e-commerce giants are driving the most growth in Asia’s online grocery market according to a new report from international researcher IGD.
On Singles Day this year, China’s largest online retailer JD.com launched a 50,000 sqm JD superstore in Chongqing, Mainland China.
Vietnamese e-commerce marketplace Sendo has secured a US$61 million Series C funding, just as its overtakes local archrival Tiki into second place in the market.
A 50,000sqm JD E-Space experience store opens on Singles Day in Chongqing, JD’s largest store yet.
While eye-popping sales numbers have become routine for Alibaba’s Singles Day on 11.11, Forrester senior analyst Xiaofeng Wang expects this year’s event will be “grander than ever”.
Chinese e-commerce giant JD launches Jingxi platform for team purchasing in low-tier Chinese cities.