Several boxes of goods, bought from JD.com, are stacked on the floor.
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BEIJING — Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com sees a business opportunity in factories that have been affected by trade tensions between the world’s two largest economies, the company’s chief financial officer told CNBC on Wednesday.
As JD.com seeks to tap the growth potential of China’s smaller cities, the pressure is on to undercut competitors on price and quality. Meanwhile, Chinese manufacturers are finding it more expensive to sell to the U.S. given tariffs imposed on billions of dollars’ worth of goods. Chinese exports to the U.S. have fallen for eight straight months, according…