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    Nike shares fall on slower North American sales growth

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    State-run e-commerce firm MSTC's IPO fully subscribed

  3. FILE PHOTO: Turkish Finance Minister Albayrak speaks during an event to announce his programme to f

    Turkey to act on e-commerce orders avoiding tax: finance minister

    Turkey will take steps against international digital commerce packages that avoid taxes, Finance Minister Berat Albayrak said on Wednesday, in a ...
  4. FILE PHOTO - Go-Jek driver helmets are seen during Go-Food festival in Jakarta

    Indonesian airline Garuda in talks with Go-Jek to provide logistics support

    Indonesia's national carrier Garuda and Go-Jek are in talks for a partnership that will make it easier for the ride-hailing and e-commerce app to ...
  5. The logo of Reliance Industries is pictured in a stall at the Vibrant Gujarat Global Trade Show at

    Ambani to invest US$1.4 billion in West Bengal, will help e-commerce expansion

    India's Reliance Industries will invest 100 billion rupees (US$1.4 billion) in West Bengal, a part of which would fund the company's new ...
  6. A worker uses a forklift to collect items at online retailer Lazada's warehouse in Depok

    Commentary: The hidden costs of online shopping

    Returning items from your online purchases may seem costless, but that is not the case, Lisa Jack, Regina Frei and Sally-Ann Krzyzaniak from the ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Illustration picture of Chinese online group discounter Pinduoduo

    Alibaba rival Pinduoduo seeks to raise US$1.5b

  8. FILE PHOTO: The logo of Amazon is pictured inside the company's office in Bengaluru

    Amazon adds Starbucks' Rosalind Brewer to board

    Amazon.com Inc said on Monday it had named Starbucks Corp Chief Operating Officer Rosalind Brewer to its board, making her the first black ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: A shipment moves on a conveyor belt at an Amazon Fulfillment Centre (BLR7) on the outsk

    New e-commerce rules jolt Amazon.com in India as products vanish

    India's revised e-commerce rules caused widespread disruption on Amazon's India website when they kicked in on Friday, forcing the company to take ...