How to Play the E-Commerce Trend in China

Consulting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers has just released a survey of the online shopping habits of more than 11,000 online shoppers in 11 countries. And according to PwC, the No. 1 country for e-commerce today is... China!

Take a look at some of these numbers:

  • $211 billion in annual online sales.
  • 58% of shoppers, shopping online in the past week.
  • 64% growth in e-commerce revenues over just the past year.

Clearly, China is turning into a big market for online marketing -- but who's best positioned to profit from it? In the video below, Fool contributor Rich Smith lays out the field of possibilities for you.

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    Where is the analysis? It feels more like a personal opinion without talking about each of the companies's future growth prospects and what they are doing, and whether they have successfully fence off competition, whether gross margins have been improving, etc. Geeee, that's is Motley Fool's analysis?

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