Two e-commerce giants, China’s JD.com and Canada’s Shopify, have signed a deal which will give merchants in the US and China better access to customers on their respective platforms and markets, Caixin reported.
The deal will allow Shopify merchants in the US to sell their products on JD’s cross-border e-commerce marketplace, JD Worldwide, giving them access to JD’s 550 million active customers in China.
Read the full report: Caixin.
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