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JD.com opens robotic shops in the Netherlands as Chinese e-commerce giant tests new model in Europe




JD.com, the second-largest e-commerce platform in China, has opened two “robotic” shops in the Netherlands as it tests a new shopping model in the European market.Branded as Ochama, combining the concepts of “omnichannel” and “amazing”, the stores merge online ordering with pickup shops where robots prepare parcels for collection and home delivery services are offered, the company said in a statement late Monday.This is the first time that the Beijing-based tech giant, founded by billionaire…



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