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                                        Livestreamer Kuaishou Deepens E-Commerce Partnership With JD.com

                                        2020年05月28日 20:42 来源于 财新网
                                        The latest partnership agreement will allow users to buy the e-commerce giant’s products within the Kuaishou app
                                        The livestreaming e-commerce sector was worth 433.8 billion yuan last year, according to a March report from the China Consumers Association.

                                        Kuaishou has deepened its partnership with e-commerce giant JD.com Inc. in a bid to step up the Chinese video-streaming platform’s livestream e-commerce business.

                                        The two companies’ latest partnership agreement, signed Wednesday, will allow users to buy products from JD.com within the Kuaishou app.

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