Google announced on Monday a new key partnership with the Chinese online retailer JD.com. According to the official Google blog, the Mountain View company would invest $550 million. To return the favor, the retailer will allow results to appear in the Shopping section of Google’s search engine.

Karim Temsamani, President of the Asia-Pacific Operations at Google, said the deal would is expected to “accelerate and deliver consumer experiences that are helpful, personalized and offer high-quality service in a range of countries around the world, including in Southeast Asia”. Jianwen Liao,…

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