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JD.com Plans To Launch Its Online Retail Business In The US Market

August 16, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
JD.com, formerly called 360buy.com and one of China’s largest online retailers, plans to expand its international business unit JD.com Global in the United States. With more than 100 million registered users and 20,000 suppliers, JD.com has seen transactions on its website grow between 100 percent and 350 percent each year to reach $9.8 billion in 2012. JD.com vice president and general manager of global business development Shi Tao visited Seattle, Washington, and met with the local business community at a reception organized by the Washington State China Chamber of Commerce. JD.com has six fulfillment centers with 71 warehouses in 27 cities and almost 1,000 delivery stations and 300 pickup stations in China as of May 2013.
Deng Yu in Seattle , "Move over Amazon, JD.com is coming to town", China Daily, August 16, 2013, © China Daily Information Co (CDIC)
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