now, the domestic e-commerce market is showing "Rainbow Night": one is the "fashion" ex gratia ", the whole network lowest" bargain signs of flooding the network, some commercial enterprises will claim to price war to next year; while the electronic commerce website "cool" music, "Amoy Japanese" have closed more than half a year more than a dozen B 2C (business to consumer) the closure of the site.

from the enclosure to capital operating losses, the price war is with vigour and vitality to the electricity supplier to bring what? Business enterprise and analysts have said that from the trend of development of the Internet industry segments, business platform will also experience the process from the "wild type" growth to constantly improve the industry concentration. The next five years, the electricity supplier platform leader not more than three.

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electricity market "Rainbow Night"

full 300 to send the price, and then return to the 10% red envelopes, the price of 200"…… Into June, all kinds of promotional signs are still in the sales off-season network. From the country’s largest B 2C site Taobao Tmall to Suning, Gome and other retail companies, the old and new electricity providers are competing ho throw promotional card.

The reporter from the Jingdong,

, Suning and Gome and other enterprises to understand, with energy subsidies landing, digital 3C has been ahead of the opening of the summer promotion. The Jingdong store first announced the end of the month, June will borrow the anniversary launched the Normandy war big benefit, the cumulative benefit will reach 1 billion yuan.

suning.com executive vice president Li Bin said in June in micro-blog, which is the whole network parity month "," years of battle, the Hunger Games began". Suning.com relevant responsible person said in an interview with reporters, the price war "at least from this year to next year".

price competition escalating, but there is no shortage of small electricity supplier behind the collapse figure. Following the cooperation with Japan’s Softbank Alibaba "taojapan" sub station to stop selling Baidu and Japanese electricity supplier Lotte international joint venture "cool days mall" recently issued a notice to confirm its background officially closed.

June 14th, headquarters in Beijing online supermarket "mart" customer phone has no answer in the working day. In March this year, the focus of "fast consumer goods" site portion of the goods into long-term stock, then was already closed.

has worked with the "shop No. 1" and said the "super net Hutch" and "warehouse", many sub pages are invalid, pointing to the classification of advertising links. According to the website announcement, the online supermarket in September last year began to cancel the rebate, refund, then has suspended business.

according to the China Electronic Commerce Research Center data, as of December last year, the domestic B2C, C2C and other electricity supplier model enterprise has reached 20750. From September last year, the "cool" music, "Amoy Japan" and "warehouse", "lazy" more than a dozen more of the size of the shop closed, covering a large number of inputs, the apparel luxury site and online supermarket price war had apparently made some business embarrassing burden.

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