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MARIMI KISHIMOTO, Nikkei staff writer December 19, 2018 02:10 JST | Thailand
BANGKOK -- China's second-largest e-commerce platform
JD.com has reached agreements with the Thai government to help the Southeast Asian country's retailers expand their Chinese sales channels.
The Beijing-based e-tailer will provide know-how to small and midsize Thai companies that wish to market their goods in China. JD.com also will support digital training for Thai college students.
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