(Via reuters.com) As manufacturing and export, China’s main engine for growth in the past three decades, gradually moves to other countries. China’s politicians and policymakers may consider preferential laws for e-commerce firms on the back of a report released by China’s State Council on Sunday. The country’s two largest e-commerce firms, Alibaba Holdings Group Ltd and JD.com both posted impressive initial public offerings earlier in the year, this has likely fueled enthusiasm for the industry among planners.
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