JD.com’s headquarters in Beijing, China. Photo: Reuters
JD.com’s headquarters in Beijing, China. Photo: Reuters
E-commerce

Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com bets big on online grocery, lower-tier markets amid slowing economy

  • The Beijing-based company is looking to boost its online grocery business through offline partnerships and expansion into lower-tier cities
  • China’s e-commerce market is facing growing headwinds amid a souring economy and rigid Covid-19 restrictions

JD.com’s headquarters in Beijing, China. Photo: Reuters
JD.com’s headquarters in Beijing, China. Photo: Reuters
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