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The Rising Middle Class and E-Commerce
China’s Rising Middle Class Drives Chinese E-Commerce Growth

JD.com CEO and founder Richard Liu speaks at the NASDAQ Market site at Times Square in New York.
For Long-term Profitability, JD.com Invests Outside E-commerce

Alipay is widening its global reach.
Alibaba’s Single's Day to Be a Great Success; Ant Financial Anticipates Bigger Sales

According to a Nielsen report, baby formula is one of the top
China Tightens E-commerce Tax Loophole, Ends Edge for Foreign Infant Formula Makers

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The Launching Ceremony Of 2015 Tmall 11.11 Global Shopping Festival In Hangzhou
Alibaba Hits a Milestone with a Transaction Volume of 3 Trillion Yuan

JD.com partners with Rakuten to bring Japanese products to the Chinese market.
Reaching Out to Chinese Consumers, Japan’s Rakuten Sets Up Online Store on JD.com

Chinese e-commerce firm Mia.com is targeting middle-class parents.
E-commerce Firm Mia.com Carves Out Niche Spot in Baby Products Following Child Policy Reform

In China, online shopping complaints and disputes rose sharply in 2014.
Chinese Consumers Plagued by Online Shopping Issues in 2014

Investors are waiting on Alibaba's prospects for this year's online shopping festival.
Investors Turn Attention to Alibaba’s Mobile, Video Endeavors

Rising e-commerce firm Vipshop eyes to diversify its products and expand customer base.
Online Retailer Vipshop to Invest $34 Million in French Firm

Alibaba data found that online women shoppers often buy expensive items when major sporting events take place.
Alibaba Data Says More Women Shop Online During Sporting Events

China was overtaken by Taiwan in terms of e-commerce penetration rate.
Taiwan’s E-commerce Penetration Rate Included in World’s Top Three

In the first half of 2015, e-commerce transactions amounted to 7.63 trillion yuan ($1.20 trillion).
E-commerce Giants Eye Rural China for Growth

A total of 60 billion yuan will be allotted to help the growth of small enterprises.
Online Sales Performance of Foreign Items in China Affected by RMB Depreciation

In the first half of 2015, e-commerce transactions amounted to 7.63 trillion yuan ($1.20 trillion).
Alibaba's April-June Revenue Posts Slowest Growth Rate in Three Years

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