Alibaba Building China Delivery Net in Shift to Consumers

In her apartment in Tibet, Lu Ping sits back and clicks an order for about 1,000 yuan ($161) of cosmetics. At the other end of China, online retailer Jian Weiqing receives the order in his office near a Shanghai airport and prepares Lu’s shipment, which will arrive in the distant province within four days.

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