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China Daily highlights Alibaba’s success and global expansion plans, including their recent IPO. ¬†Alibaba’s Tmall is featured as the channel of choice for Western businesses¬†that want to reach Chinese consumers. Click here for China Daily’s full article.
The Ministry of Public Security has launched a nationwide campaign to crack down on online black markets selling illegal goods including weapons and human organs, the ministry said Monday. The campaign, to last till February next year, is to investiga…
Online commerce will become Lenovo Group’s core sales channel on the Chinese mainland over the next three to five years, as the world’s second-largest manufacturer of personal computers (PC) by market share begins to target the youth market, said a sen…
Sales of computer, communication and consumer electronics (3C) products by China’s online retailers in the third quarter of 2011 showed a decline for the first time in three years, according to new statistics released Thursday. The 3C sales value amou…
During this year’s China International Fashion Week that began on Oct 24 in Beijing, leading domestic handbag e-commerce company Maibaobao debuted its high-end collection from the brand Jamie Moore by its chief designer James Moore from the United Stat…
Typing “Austria” in the search engine of China’s popular online shop Taobao.com will yield 690,595 products (data at 11:00 am, Nov 1, 2011), including accessories, stamps, coins and clothes. Among all the products, most are Austria’s crystal products,…
Amazon.com Inc, the world’s largest e-commerce company by market share, on Thursday announced the opening of its latest order-fulfillment center in Kunshan, Jiangsu province. The company expects to double the total area of its fulfillment centers in C…
China will map out rules to establish a legal management system for online retail, said the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) on Wednesday. MOC spokesman Shen Danyang said the MOC will lead the draft of the rules to form a system for access and exit of third…
A British company is planning to launch a Chinese language web portal to target Chinese consumers as China’s rich are eyeing Western luxury goods. Chinese consumers will soon be able to pay renminbi for luxury goods delivered directly from their manuf…