A driverless delivery vehicle being tested by Chinese e-commerce company JD.com in China. The company is looking to expand its technology to Hong Kong’s retail market, beginning with unstaffed stores. Photo: AFP
A driverless delivery vehicle being tested by Chinese e-commerce company JD.com in China. The company is looking to expand its technology to Hong Kong’s retail market, beginning with unstaffed stores. Photo: AFP
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Automated shops, drone delivery on the menu as China’s JD.com looks to boost e-commerce in Hong Kong

The company says it is also working to get Hong Kong fashion brands on its platform to connect to mainland Chinese buyers

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A driverless delivery vehicle being tested by Chinese e-commerce company JD.com in China. The company is looking to expand its technology to Hong Kong’s retail market, beginning with unstaffed stores. Photo: AFP
A driverless delivery vehicle being tested by Chinese e-commerce company JD.com in China. The company is looking to expand its technology to Hong Kong’s retail market, beginning with unstaffed stores. Photo: AFP
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