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2 March 2020 By Robyn Mak

China’s $56 bln retailer expects first-quarter sales to rise at least 10%. As peers grapple with supply chain disruptions and labour shortages, JD’s less lucrative model of holding inventory and shipping goods looks more resilient. Pressure for rival Alibaba to follow will grow.

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