By  on November 13, 2017

HONG KONG – China’s two biggest e-commerce companies are fighting like cats and dogs. After the culmination of a frenzied Singles’ Day sale on Nov. 11, the world’s largest shopping event, each is calling foul on how the other calculates gross merchandise value.

Alibaba, the larger of the two which pioneered the idea of Singles’ Day sales, reported $25.4 billion in GMV, while JD.com, its closest competitor, reported $19.1 billion.

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