Lenovo cooperates with JD.com to boost sales

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Chinese PC maker Lenovo Group has reached a cooperation agreement with e-commerce giant JD.com, aiming to boost sales of its products on JD.com.

According to the contract signed on Tuesday, the two sides plan to sell 60 billion yuan (about 9 billion U. S. dollars) worth of Lenovo products through JD.com in the next three years. The two companies also agreed to work together in meeting demand, precision marketing and rural e-commerce.

JD.com is the largest retail channel for Lenovo products.

Under the agreement, Lenovo has promised to debut some new products on JD.com in the next three years, while JD.com has agreed to provide Lenovo with data analysis, marketing, warehousing, and technology support.

JD.com authorities said the two sides will also cooperate on big data, and share product research, production, sales, and service data.

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