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Google Helping To Bring China's JD.Com Despite Rape Allegations Against CEO

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According to a report by Business Insider, Google is helping a Chinese e-commerce giant bring his company to the US, despite the company's founder and CEO currently being investigated for allegations of rape in Minnesota. JD.com, reportedly the largest retailer in China to sell directly to customers, said on Thursday that it will open an online store in the US with Google's help by the end of 2018.

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