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Ranking: Who are China’s Top 10 Retailers?


The 9th China Retailer Conference released the latest ranking of China’s Top 100 retailers in 2013. Tmall, the largest online retail marketplace, beat all traditional retail giants and took first place.

Compared to the ranking in 2012, Tmall surpasses Suning Appliance for the first time and leaps to first place with turnover of 347 billion Chinese yuan in 2013. The latter is one of the largest Chinese traditional retailers that owns both offline chain stores covering over 700 cities of China as well as an e-commerce component Suning.com.

9 online retailers are listed on the top 100 retailers 2013, adding one more e-player into the list compared to last year. In addition to Tmall.com, the other 8 ranked e-tailors include JD.com, Tencent B2C, Vipshop.com, Amazon China, Dangdang.com, Yhd.com, Jumei.com and Vancl.com. Turnover of these 9 online retailers combined reached the volume of 573.3 billion Chinese yuan, accounting for 20.7% of the overall turnover of China’s top 100 retailers. The percentage increased 6.2% compared to the number in 2012.

E-commerce continued to become the strong driving force of China’ retail industry’s growth. Sales of the 9 online retailers increased 76.2% on average, which dropped by 57.9% compared to the growth rate of 134.1% in 2012. However, year-on-year growth rate of the 91 traditional retailers is 10.6%.

Here is a summary of the top 10 retailers out of the top 100 in 2013:

TOP 10 Retailers in China By Turnover  2013 - Observer Solutions Blog

Yan Wang contributed to this post.

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