By the end of June 30 2013, China e-commerce transaction reached 4.4 trillion yuan (USD 713.27 billion), which grew 24.3% compared to last year. B2B transaction totalled 3.4 trillion yuan(USD 551.17 billion), with a 15.3% YoY increase.
B2B revenue in the first half of 2013 reached 9.38 billion yuan(USD 1.52 billion), with a 25.9% YoY increase. Alibaba ranked the first with 43% share. In B2C market, Tmall led the market with 50.4%, followed by Jingdong with 20.7%. Suning ranked the third with 5.7%. In C2C market, Taobao dominated with 95.1%.
By June, the number of e-business in Guangdong, Zhejiang provinces and Beijing were the top three. About 2.2 million people worked in e-commerce enterprises. B2B enterprises reached 11,4000, with a 4% YoY increase. The number of personal online stores was 12.46 million, with a YoY decrease of 27.8%. Group buy websites dropped 51.8% to 1,548.
E-commerce users reached 277 million, with a YoY increase of 29.4%. The number of e-commerce complaints was 41,360, less than last year.