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Chinese B2C Online Retail Market Share in Q1 2011

Analysis International releases its research data on Chinese B2C online retail market share in Q1, 2011. It says that in Q1, 2011 the total transaction value of Chinese B2C online retail market has reached rmb 47.07 billions (~$7.3 billions). Taobao is still leading the market (31.4%), followed by 360buy (10.2%), Joyo (Amazon China, 2.3%) and […]

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Price War: 360buy Vs. Dangdang

Two of the largest online retailers in China are having a price war.  One of them is Dangdang, a leading online book store in China that has just listed in Nasdaq. Another is 360buy, the largest online retailer in China by revenue and the most aggressive player in the industry. (Here is an article from […]

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Problems with China’s Logistic Industry

Last week, I wrote about express delivery services stopped in China over the Chinese New Year because of not enough capacity.  In fact, there are more problems with China’s logistic industry than a simple lack of hands. (But why we are spending so much time discussing warehouses and delivery crew?  Isn’t Technode a blog for […]

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Dangdang.com Goes Public in Nasdaq Next Month

I was having a lunch with a friend today. And he told me, next month, i.e. November, the largest Chinese online book retailer, Dangdang, will be going public in Nasdaq. As one of the first major Chinese e-commerce sites going public, it must create lots of fuss. I heard from an investment bank source that […]

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Tips for Luxury Brands in Chinese e-Commerce Market

Sales of luxury goods grew 12% in 2009, to $9.6 billion, accounting for 27.5% of the global market, according to Bain & Co. In the next five years, China’s luxury spending will increase to $14.6 billion, making it the No. 1 luxury market globally. In 2009, China overtook the U.S. to become the world’s second-largest […]

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