Although Chinese billionaire and JD.com chief executive Richard Liu Qiangdong have been charged in the US with criminal charges in the US, many analysts say China's second largest e-commerce company has a challenge to investor confidence and restore confidence after their shares have halved almost in 2018.
US prosecutors announced last Friday that their investigation had failed to testify against the 45-year-old founder of Beijing-based JD.com. Liu was ….
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