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    China’s JD partners with accelerator program Plug and Play to reach US startups /Link

     E-commerce giant JD.com, the closest rival to Alibaba in China, is broadening its presence in Silicon Valley after it announced a collaboration with accelerator firm Plug and Play to seek out and work with promising U.S. startups. The e-commerce giant said it will share technologies, including AI, cloud and smart supply chain tech, with the program generally and work together to launch a… Read More




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    Published on 07 Dec 2017 at 06:00PM

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