According to the report, B2C e-commerce is expected to make a major contribution in this growth. It is observed that since last few years, B2C's share has been increasing and at present it accounts for over 50 per cent of the total share.
The report said that mobile commerce (m-commerce) is also growing in China. The situation would be such that in few years, mobile shopping will account for nearly three quarters of the online sales. China's largest online retailers and marketplaces will be the major beneficiaries of its future e-commerce sales growth. (RR)
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