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Walmart and JD.com Are Launching Three E-commerce Initiatives in China

Three months after entering into a partnership to expand online shopping options for Chinese consumers, Walmart and JD.com have announced three new ways for customers to access Walmart products from around the world. The efforts, which are part of the original strategy announced in June, are officially launching during the run up to Singles Day on November 11. They aim to improve logistics and supply chain functions, cross-border e-commerce and online-to-offline e-commerce services for consumers across the country, the companies say.

1. Sam's club flagship store on JD.com

An exclusive Sam's Club flagship store launched this month, Walmart and JD.com announced, providing consumers access to Sam's Club’s products with JD.com's same- and next-day delivery service.

2. Walmart global imports store on JD.com

In addition, the companies launched a Walmart Global store on JD Worldwide, JD.com's cross-border platform. The new store provides Chinese consumers access to a variety of products imported by Walmart from around the world.

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1. Sam's club flagship store on JD.com

An exclusive Sam's Club flagship store launched this month, Walmart and JD.com announced, providing consumers access to Sam's Club’s products with JD.com's same- and next-day delivery service.

2. Walmart global imports store on JD.com

In addition, the companies launched a Walmart Global store on JD Worldwide, JD.com's cross-border platform. The new store provides Chinese consumers access to a variety of products imported by Walmart from around the world.

Read Full Article