On Nov. 21, Pinduoduo officially launched the "Italian National Pavilion".
China’s second-largest online shopping platform Pinduoduo has launched a mini program on its app that will allow consumers to verify the authenticity of their baby formula products.
Pinduoduo, China’s largest e-commerce platform for agricultural products, has announced its Q3 earning last night and its user number has strongly increased to over 730 million buyers.
Chinese e-commerce platform Pinduoduo Inc. saw increases in revenues and active users in its unaudited financial results for the third quarter ending Sept. 30, 2020.
With the top farmers from leading strawberry counties as the control groups, final resulting strawberries will be evaluated in terms of yield, taste and cost of strawberries.
Chinese interactive e-commerce platform Pinduoduo Inc. signed a memorandum of understanding with the Royal Danish Consulate General in Shanghai on Thursday.
The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) and Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX) both on Nov. 3 announced to halt the IPO process of Ant Group.
Domestic demand serves as the driver of economic growth and the new online economy is helping promote the development of Chinese brands, a recent report said.
Pinduoduo, the second-largest e-commerce platform in China, announced that it will cooperate with a provincial satellite TV station to host the upcoming Double 11 Super Night Gala.
Pinduoduo announced that it would upgrade its New brand Initiatives on Thursday.
China’s e-commerce platform Pinduoduo signed a strategic cooperation agreement in smart agriculture with a national research institute on Sunday.
Pinduoduo launched a new section called “High-quality hometown products” in partnership with a recent box office hit movie which features stories between people and their hometowns.
Chinese e-commerce platforms are thinking about new ways to help consumers obtain cheaper pork. And the online community group buying model is one of the ways.
Chinese e-commerce player Pinduoduo will continue to make in-depth commitments to agriculture, said its Chairman Colin Huang and CEO Lei Chen.
With an extra day off, Chinese consumers celebrated with a surging demand for travel, snacks and beverages.