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JD.com calls on watchdog to probe Alibaba

It says rival is "forcing merchants" to choose to deal exclusively with one e-commerce site during promotions

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China's second-largest e-commerce company JD.com Inc said it has sent a letter of complaint to a Chinese antitrust regulator and formally requested an investigation into rival Alibaba Group Holding

Shanghai

CHINA'S second-largest e-commerce company JD.com Inc said it has sent a letter of complaint to a Chinese antitrust regulator and formally requested an investigation into rival Alibaba Group Holding.

The complaint concerns a State