Posts Tagged ‘Internet shopping’

Did JD.com Thoroughly Vet Its New E-commerce Partner?

detectiveChinese consumers are yearning for fresh vegetables and fruit, and a bevy of recent e-commerce agricultural deals are giving netizens …


China’s Cross-border E-commerce Scale Up 30% During H1 2016

Over the first half of 2016, China’s cross-border e-commerce businesses achieved explosive growth despite the weak economic trends and it …


Alibaba Closes Offices In India

China and IndiaOver the past few months, China-based Alibaba has closed four enterprise e-commerce platform offices in India. According to reports in …


Cainiao’s New Logistics Alliance Incentivizes Chinese Vendors To Join

Chinese logisticsChinese e-commerce behemoth Alibaba is slowly snaking its arms around a larger piece of China’s online business growth. Cainiao Network …


Who Are Apple Pay’s Partners In China?

Apple PayToday marks the beginning of Apple Pay’s entry into China, a country that Steve Jobs never visited as company chief …


Freshly Funded U.S. Botnet Security Company Eyes Chinese Market

U.S.-based information security company Shape Security recently completed its fourth round financing of USD25 million, which will be reportedly used …


China’s Baidu Is Increasing Its Indian E-commerce Exposure?

Chinese search engine company Baidu reportedly plans to acquire a controlling stake in Mydala.com, a leading e-commerce platform for discounted products in India. According to reports in Indian local media, Baidu expressed an intention to acquire a majority stake in Mydala.com and the investment can reach up to USD100 million, which is about CNY630 million. […]


Fake Goods Kill Chinese E-commerce Hope

The sale of fake and counterfeit goods in China has finally ended the services of a major online shopping service. Chinese B2C e-commerce operator JD.com announced that they will stop services at Paipai.com on December 31, 2015, and after a three-month transition period the website will be completely shut down by April 1, 2016. Paipai.com […]


Chinese E-Commerce Eyes Stability During Year’s Biggest Shopping Day

In the West, today is the remembrance of the end of World War One. But in China, November 11 is Singles’ Day and the entire country has prepared for an online sales onslaught. In 2014, Alibaba posted more than USD9 billion in sales on China’s Singles’ Day. And this year rivals JD.com and Suning hope […]


Tmall.com Teams With Oil Giant For Mobile Payments

Chinese B2C e-commerce platform Tmall.com and China National Petroleum Corporation’s Hunan branch will integrate their resources to launch a mobile payment service model. Tmall.com, which is a subsidiary of Alibaba, said that the company will integrate Alibaba’s ecosphere to help CNPC Hunan implement an “Internet Plus” transformation that includes an online store, mobile payment, big […]