Money China's largest retailer,, is opening in Australia

15:51  08 february  2018
15:51  08 february  2018 Source:   Business Insider Australia

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Chinese e-commerce giant JD . com has been ramping up its presence in Australia in recent months, sending more executives to local events and hiring a new team to focus specifically on recruiting Australian brands and retailers to sell through the site. Soon, the company will open its first office

a person standing in front of a store © Provided by Business Insider Inc, China’s largest retailer by revenue, is opening a local business office in Australia.

The Australia and New Zealand regional headquarters of the NASDAQ-listed company will be in Melbourne’s Collins Street.

“Our customers are demanding more and more high-quality products from Australia and New Zealand, and this move is a major step toward meeting that demand,” says Richard Liu,’s chairman and CEO.

“Brands and retailers looking for a trusted partner who will both build their brand, and protect their IP in China now have an easy point of contact in the region.”, a rival to e-commerce giant Alibaba, says the Australian products in strong demand on include food, dairy and cosmetics.

The company says it is open to brands, franchisees, retailers and traders looking to reach consumers in China.

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