JD's headquarters in Beijing was decorated with banners to celebrate the company's 17th anniversary and the country's largest shopping festival since the pandemic outbreak. Photo: SCMP / Minghe Hu JD's headquarters in Beijing was decorated with banners to celebrate the company's 17th anniversary and the country's largest shopping festival since the pandemic outbreak. Photo: SCMP / Minghe Hu
JD's headquarters in Beijing was decorated with banners to celebrate the company's 17th anniversary and the country's largest shopping festival since the pandemic outbreak. Photo: SCMP / Minghe Hu

Inside China Tech: Online shopping alive and kicking in China

  • JD.com, the country’s second-largest e-commerce platform, said transaction volume rose 33.6 per cent from last year to US$38 billion
  • In 2012, two years before China Mobile launched 4G services on the mainland, various Chinese entities joined an international initiative to research and develop 5G

Topic |   China technology
JD's headquarters in Beijing was decorated with banners to celebrate the company's 17th anniversary and the country's largest shopping festival since the pandemic outbreak. Photo: SCMP / Minghe Hu JD's headquarters in Beijing was decorated with banners to celebrate the company's 17th anniversary and the country's largest shopping festival since the pandemic outbreak. Photo: SCMP / Minghe Hu
JD's headquarters in Beijing was decorated with banners to celebrate the company's 17th anniversary and the country's largest shopping festival since the pandemic outbreak. Photo: SCMP / Minghe Hu
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