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  • What's News? June 4, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Tencent to invest US$1 Billion in E-Commerce

    Tencent plans to invest US$1 billion in developing its e-Commerce business. The investment will be used in upgrading the current e-Commerce services, the construction of basic infrastructures like storage houses and logistics, and future M&A in new areas. Industry statistics shows that in the first quarter of this year, Tmall of Alibaba had 37.33% of the e-Commerce market, 360Buy had 17.23%, while Tencent, at number 4, had 2.34%. Source (中文): ZJNews

  • e-Commerce, Electronics, M&A
    May 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Red Blackberry: Will a Chinese web giant buy RIM?

    Blackberry China. Going local?

    RIM, maker of Blackberry, is dying. Following ongoing losses, layoffs, management changes, and a diminishing market share, the company hired J.P. Morgan and RBC to help it "review its strategic options". A this point, selling the company or parts of it is the most likely option. We expect the Microsoft-Facebook alliance will be interested, together with the usual hardware suspects, including those from Korea and Japan, and maybe even Amazon. But we think the best outcome would be for Blackberry to be sold to one of China's online media giants. And here's why. ...Read More

  • Jewelry May 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Hot Ice: Online to Offline with China’s diamond retailers

    Ad for Zbird.com, a Chinese diamond e-tailer

    China has more than 2,000 online diamond retailers, vying for a growing market currently valued at RMB 7 billion, according to unofficial statistics. For many consumers, a diamond is one of the most expensive items they will ever buy. Quite often, buying a diamond is the first time such consumers spend a substantial amount of money on anything other than housing or education. Selling diamonds online is challenging: Payment processing and delivery of goods cannot be completed using standard e-Commerce tools; and closing a deal depends on a relatively high level of trust between buyers and sellers. China's diamond e-tailers use a mix of online and offline tools to meet these challenges and get customers to say "I do".  ...Read More

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