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#1 2018-05-30 02:18:03

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While November 11, or Single's Day, is the largest online shopping festival in China created by Alibaba's Tmall Mens Air Jordan 6 Wheat Golden Harvest Sail 384664-705 For Sale , June 18 ("618") shopping festival was launched by JD, Tmall's arch rival.


Other companies soon jumped on the bandwagon and began to offer special offers to get more customers.


On June 18, JD reported its first hour sales more than doubled from the same period last year. Tmall pocketed over 100 million yuan (14.71 million U.S. dollars) seven minutes after its opening. Another Chinese e-commerce heavyweight Suning saw its orders more than quadrupled from a year ago.


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The top five items on the shopping list of JD consumers are cell phone Cheap Air Jordan 6 Wheat Womens , air conditioner, flat panel computer, laptop and baby formula. Consumers are more selective in quality.


Kaola Cheap Air Jordan 6 Wheat Mens , a cross-border e-commerce platform, found consumers are becoming more critical in selecting big names, but were less interested in popular best-sellers.


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Putting all those purchases into consumers' hands is a huge task.


To make fresh food reach consumers in the shortest period of time possible Air Jordan 6 Wheat Womens For Sale , Tmall's cold chain service is operating around the clock. Its daily delivery of fresh food totals near 500 tonnes.


By using smart warehouse, it takes only three minutes to move a parcel out of the depot through automated assembly lines.


E-commerce platforms are using drones to make speedy deliveries. At this year's "618" shopping festival, Suning is using drones to get packages directly to shoppers in rural villages.


JD uses augmented reality and virtual reality to offer interactive shopping experiences and also employs robots Air Jordan 6 Wheat Mens For Sale , driverless cars and drones for deliveries.


Xu Lei, JD Group's chief marketing officer, said retail sales will be driven by changing consumer habits and technology upgrades.


The mega-spending spree came as China's economy is slowing down as the world's second largest economy is transitioning from dependence on export and investment to consumer spending.


Growth of the property development investment slowed in May for the first time since November Air Jordan 6 Retro Wheat Womens , but retail sales grew 10.7 percent year on year in May boosted by strong online sales, signaling continued consumption strength.


China is the world's largest online shopping market, with about 467 million online consumers spending about 26.1 trillion yuan last year Air Jordan 6 Retro Wheat Mens , up 19.8 percent year on year.






by Fu Yiming


STOCKHOLM, March 22 (Xinhua) -- The world needs effective and inclusive water governance amid a growing demand, said Hakan Tropp, director of water governance at the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), on Wednesday.


The amount of water available is unchanging, yet demand for it is growing every day, especially from the manufacturing, energy and food producing sectors, he told Xinhua during a ceremony held here for announcing the 2017 Stockholm Water Prize winner.


"We see an increasing number of cities and factories reaching further into the rural landscape to claim water resources, increasing the potential for water to be a source of tough trade-offs and social and political tensions," he noted.


Tropp called for an effective and inclusive governance of water resources worldwide.


"The world needs effective, and more inclusive water governance. We need to make better decisions today to manage the water demands of tomorrow," he said.


"We also need to make sure that the water available is used for the greater public good and is recognized as a critical component to eradicating poverty," the water expert added.


According to SIWI, nearly 40 percent of the world's population lives in countries that share river basins. Increasing stress on water resources globally demands reasonable and equitable use of transboundary waters.


SIWI also believes that improved management of transboundary waters reduces the potential for conflict, fosters socio-economic development, promotes shared benefits, and supports healthy ecosystems and services.


Tropp pointed out that water resources are currently over-exploited and polluted in many places, and millions of people around the world lack access to safe water and basic sanitation.


"I hope to see clear political direction that empowers decision-makers to make better choices for both people and the environment," he said.


"For example, improved water governance reduces investment risks. A more stable and reliable investment environment leads to more investments into water. By ensuring that infrastructure procurement processes are transparent, contract costs can be kept much lower while maintaining a higher quality of infrastructure services delivery," the expert added.


Tropp criticized the current decision making on water issues for being "often fragmented between government institutions and agencies," urging better cooperation between them and a unified water mandate.


"The unpredictability of climate change impacts can reduce the effectiveness of legislation as a tool for water governance. This is why negotiated outcomes -- inclusive processes that bring impacted stakeholders to the decision making table -- are critical to the future of effective water governance," Tropp noted.


While noticing a great trend in many parts of Africa towards improved water governance through more inclusive decision making, Tropp believes "much remains. Cheap Jerseys From China   Cheap Jerseys Shop   Cheap Jerseys China Online   Cheap T-shirts   Cheap Hats   Cheap New Jerseys   Cheap Authentic MLB Jerseys   Wholesale Jerseys Cheap   Wholeasale Jerseys China   Wholesale Jerseys From China

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