Workers talk as displays show sales data at the command centre at the headquarters of e-commerce company JD.com in Beijing during Singles’ Day on November 11, 2018. Photo: AP

China’s JD.com feels pressure as sales of big ticket items slow

  • Concerns of weakening growth momentum have pushed down JD.com shares by more than 44 per cent this year
Topic |   JD.com

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Workers talk as displays show sales data at the command centre at the headquarters of e-commerce company JD.com in Beijing during Singles’ Day on November 11, 2018. Photo: AP
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