JD.com or Jingdong Mall in the past 360Buy is a Chinese electronic business organization headquartered in Beijing.
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It is one of the biggest B2C online retailers in China by exchange volume. Its English site, for overall transportation was dispatched on October 18, 2012. The organization was established by Liu Qiangdong in July, 1998 and the B2C stage went online in 2004. It began as an online magneto-optical store, however soon enhanced, offering hardware, cell telephones, PCs, and so on. Jingdong Mall changed the area name to 360buy.com in June 2007 and to JD.com in 2013. In December 2010, 360buy.com began online book shop. Cds, DVDs and eBooks were included the next months. In April 2011, 360buy.com propelled stage named "POP" for brand proprietors. In March 2014, Tencent procures a 15% stake in JD.com by paying money and giving over its e-trade organizations Paipai, QQ Wanggou and a stake in Yixun to JD.com, with a specific end goal to construct a more grounded contender to Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. In December 2011, 360buy originator and CEO Liu Qiangdong were named "CCTV Economic Person of the Year in China" for the year 2011. In August 2011, 360buy was incorporated on the "List of Model e-Commerce Companies" by the Ministry of Commerce.