Why the country's tech firms are flocking to U.S. Exchanges
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The “Amazon of China” will soon be a publicly traded company–but not in its home country. JD.com, an online retailer with more than $16 billion in annual sales, is planning to debut this year on a major American stock exchange. It’s one of as many as 30 Chinese firms expected to make the move in 2014, up from eight last year.