A JD.com distribution centre in Beijing. Logistics and other services have steadily accounted for a larger portion of JD.com’s revenue. Photo: AFP A JD.com distribution centre in Beijing. Logistics and other services have steadily accounted for a larger portion of JD.com’s revenue. Photo: AFP
A JD.com distribution centre in Beijing. Logistics and other services have steadily accounted for a larger portion of JD.com’s revenue. Photo: AFP
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JD.com’s logistics unit set to sell shares through Hong Kong IPO

  • JD Logistics’ application comes more than two months after JD Health raised US$3.5 billion in its maiden share offering in Hong Kong in December
  • JD.com will continue to indirectly hold more than 50 per cent of the stock in JD Logistics

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A JD.com distribution centre in Beijing. Logistics and other services have steadily accounted for a larger portion of JD.com’s revenue. Photo: AFP A JD.com distribution centre in Beijing. Logistics and other services have steadily accounted for a larger portion of JD.com’s revenue. Photo: AFP
A JD.com distribution centre in Beijing. Logistics and other services have steadily accounted for a larger portion of JD.com’s revenue. Photo: AFP
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