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Xia Ding Looking to Bring More Western Brands to JD

The new head of's fashion business is looking to grow by bringing new names on board. to Roll Out 150 Drone Bases

Chinese e-commerce giant said it will build 150 air bases where package-delivering drones can take off…

China Prepares Legislation to Regulate E-commerce Industry

Though little is known about the specific contents of the draft legislation, it is expected to improve…

China Consumers Association Cites ‘Misleading’ Singles’ Day Promotions

The state-backed advocacy group claims that up to 17 percent of promotions on major e-commerce platforms over…

JD Forecasts Up to 42% Growth in Fourth Quarter

Apparel is a small category for the online seller, but the firm vowed to build up its fashion business, with…

Chinese Regulator Warns E-commerce Players Ahead of Singles’ Day

The government aims to curb the selling of fake products and the false inflation of sales figures.

Singles’ Day Festival Looks Upmarket for Growth

Other trends expected to be seen on Nov. 11 are virtual-reality technology and an emphasis on customization.

Think Tank: A Better Path for Chinese E-commerce

Richard Liu is the founder and chief executive officer of, China's largest online retailer. Launches British Mall in the Wake of Brexit Vote

The Chinese e-commerce giant is already busy leveraging the Brexit effect to offer discounts and promotions… Deal With Wal-Mart Steps Up Battle for Market Share in China

The $1.5 billion deal sees acquire ownership of Wal-Mart's China-based Yihaodian marketplace. Executives Have Alibaba in Their Sights

The company invited a group of foreign journalists to its headquarters here, home to 13,000 of the group's… Sees Wider Losses, Sales Growth in Q1

Revenue for the quarter ended March 31 grew 47.3 percent.

China Changes Tax Rules for Overseas Online Purchases

The move could potentially dent the fast-growing cross-border e-commerce business in China.

U.S. Stocks Higher as Kate Spade, Lead Retail

Stocks are moving higher as investor cheer earnings from Kate Spade and Losses Widen, Revenues Increase In 2015

The e-commerce giant said first-quarter 2016 revenue will grow between 45 percent and 50 percent.