By  on January 28, 2016

SHANGHAI — Fashion, budget-conscious consumers and cross-border commerce are all high on the agenda for JD.com in 2016.

The Nasdaq-listed company is China’s second-largest e-commerce provider by sales after Alibaba, with gross merchandise volume during the three months to the end of September (the most recent figures available) surging 71 percent to 115 billion yuan, or $17 billion at current exchange, compared with 67.3 billion yuan, or $10.2 billion, a year earlier.

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