China’s ecommerce market is expected to grow to over $1 trillion by 2020, but it faces a number of challenges.
A large chunk of these sales are expected to go to overseas buyers, making it difficult for Chinese merchants to reach out to their domestic buyers.
And while ecommerce platforms like Alibaba and Taobao are providing a new path to a new type of business, they are also taking on the traditional brick-and-mortar businesses of ecommerce.
Decathlon ecommerce is the latest in a long line of Chinese ecommerce ventures.
In the past year, Alibaba has expanded its online presence and expanded its ecommerce presence in a big way.
It has also opened more than 60 ecommerce sites in the U.S. and Europe.
Taobax is an ecommerce giant, but its products and services have been aimed at consumers in China, and its service has been less efficient than the Alibaba products.
While China has plenty of e-commerce sites, there is still a lot of work to be done in building a true ecommerce ecosystem.
The biggest challenge for e-tailers, ecommerce sellers and retailers in China is how to manage multiple e-stores and different types of eCommerce.
Taubao has set up its own marketplace, Taobox, and is offering a lot more options for sellers to sell online.
But these are just some of the challenges in the ecommerce space in China.