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[June 08, 2014]

Top 10 most popular online shopping sites in China [China Daily: Hong Kong Edition]

(China Daily: Hong Kong Edition Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Global e-commerce sales are forecast to increase by more than 20 percent this year, surpassing $1.5 trillion. Even more significant is the growth predicted in the Asia-Pacific, which this year is set to topple the United States as the largest market in the world by sales revenue.


Let's have a look at top 10 most popular shopping websites in China, according to a list released by 21cn.com.

No 10 KMALL KMALL is a global online retail e-commerce provider that delivers products directly to consumers around the world. Founded in 2012, KMALL offers customers a convenient way to shop for a wide selection of lifestyle products at attractive prices through kmall360.com, and other websites, which are available in multiple languages. KMALL is owned by Info Tech Hong Kong.

A screenshot of kmall360.com. [Photo/kmall360.com] Top 10 foreign-funded chain stores in mainland  Top 10 Chinese Internet firms eyeing IPOs in US    Top 10 high-speed trains in the world No 9 Vipstore A flash sale online store offering designer fashion brands and the only Chinese e-commerce startup successfully listed on NYSE.

An advertisement for online shopping website vipstore.com in Shanghai, China, June 6, 2012. [Photo/IC] Top 10 foreign-funded chain stores in mainland  Top 10 Chinese Internet firms eyeing IPOs in US    Top 10 high-speed trains in the world No 8 Suning Online version of a leading home electronic appliances retail chain store in China. It is also one of China's most influential online retailers for electrical, computer, peripherals, books and virtual goods.

Passengers wait next to an advertisement for online shopping website Suning.com at a metro station in Beijing, China, January 5, 2013. [Photo/IC] Top 10 foreign-funded chain stores in mainland  Top 10 Chinese Internet firms eyeing IPOs in US    Top 10 high-speed trains in the world   No 7 Vancl Vancl, which had an incredibly successful run selling self-branded T-shirts before 2012, has now morphed into an e-commerce marketplace that hosts its own products as well as third-party brands.

Visitors walk past the stand of online clothing retailer Vancl during the Global Mobile Internet Conference 2012 in Beijing, China, May 10, 2012. [Photo/IC] Top 10 foreign-funded chain stores in mainland  Top 10 Chinese Internet firms eyeing IPOs in US    Top 10 high-speed trains in the world No 6 Yihaodian An online grocery store selling food & beverage, cosmetic and skincare, kitchen cleaning, household articles, electronic appliances, maternal and baby care products and toys.

A Chinese woman uses her smartphone to take photos of commodities on an advertisement for online shopping site yihaodian.com at a metro station in Shanghai, China, July 27, 2011. [Photo/IC] Top 10 foreign-funded chain stores in mainland  Top 10 Chinese Internet firms eyeing IPOs in US    Top 10 high-speed trains in the world No 5 51buy (Yixun) Run and managed by Tencent, the owner of the hugely successful mobile text and voice messaging services WeChat and one of the largest Internet companies in China, 51buy is another leading comprehensive online retailer in China.

An advertisement for online shopping website 51buy.com in Shanghai, China, Feb 23, 2013. [Photo/IC] Top 10 foreign-funded chain stores in mainland  Top 10 Chinese Internet firms eyeing IPOs in US    Top 10 high-speed trains in the world   No 4 Dangdang Dangdang, which like Amazon began by selling books, has now become one of the leading comprehensive online retailers in China, with products ranging from books, audio & video, clothing maternal and baby care products to household articles and cosmetics.

Peggy Yu Yu, co-founder and chairman of E-Commerce China Dangdang Inc, left, and Li Guoqing , co-founder and chief executive officer of E-Commerce China Dangdang Inc, pose for a photograph outside the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, Dec 8, 2010. [Photo/CFP] Top 10 foreign-funded chain stores in mainland  Top 10 Chinese Internet firms eyeing IPOs in US    Top 10 high-speed trains in the world   No 3 Amazon China The China branch of Amazon, main products include books, audio & video and software.

A plastic box with the Amazon logo in the Kunshan Order Fulfillment Center, the biggest and most advanced one of Amazon.com outside the US, in Kunshan city, East China's Jiangsu province, Nov 10, 2011. [Photo/IC] Top 10 foreign-funded chain stores in mainland  Top 10 Chinese Internet firms eyeing IPOs in US    Top 10 high-speed trains in the world No 2JD The largest comprehensive online retailer sells products covering 12 main categories with tens of thousands of brands. Its main items include home electronic appliances, digital/communications, computer, household articles, clothing, maternal and baby care products, books, food and tourism products.

Liu Qiangdong, CEO of JD.com, raises his arms to celebrate the IPO for his company at the Nasdaq MarketSite, Thursday, May 22, 2014, New York. [Photo/IC] Top 10 foreign-funded chain stores in mainland  Top 10 Chinese Internet firms eyeing IPOs in US    Top 10 high-speed trains in the world   No 1TMall A comprehensive e-commerce marketplace run by Alibaba, it hosts thousands of brands and sees more than 40 million daily visitors.

Media staff members take photos of a big screen displaying real-time statistics of transactions on Taobao and Tmall, the two main shopping sites of Alibaba, after the total single-day volume exceeded 35 billion yuan ($5.744 billion) at the data center of Alibaba on Singles Day in Hangzhou city, East China's Zhejiang province, Nov 12, 2013. [Photo/IC] Top 10 foreign-funded chain stores in mainland  Top 10 Chinese Internet firms eyeing IPOs in US    Top 10 high-speed trains in the world     (c) 2014 China Daily Information Company. All Rights Reserved. Provided by SyndiGate Media Inc. (Syndigate.info).

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