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  • Crowdsource cars online in China
  • Crowdsource cars online in China
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Crowdsource cars online in China

Chinese people are going online to buy anything from handbags to cars. In 2013, the value of the country’s e-retail was $300 billion. The automotive industry is embracing these changes by being creative in their e-commerce strategies.



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