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JD Revenue Rises 23% in Defiance of China’s Consumption Slowdown

JD.com Inc.'s Asia No. 1 Shanghai Jading Logistics Park facility in Shanghai. 

JD.com Inc.'s Asia No. 1 Shanghai Jading Logistics Park facility in Shanghai. 

Photographer: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg

JD.com Inc. posted 23% growth in revenue, after China’s second-largest e-commerce operator managed to grow users despite intensified competition and slowing consumption.

Sales climbed to 275.9 billion yuan ($43.6 billion) during the December quarter, compared with the 274.9 billion yuan average of analyst forecasts. It reported a net loss of 5.2 billion yuan, versus a projected loss of 80.5 million yuan.