eBay re-enters Japan e-commerce market with Giosis acquisition

PALO ALTO, U.S. — eBay announced on Tuesday that it has agreed to buy the Japan business of Singapore-based online shopping site operator Giosis for a reported $700 million. The U.S. e-commerce company will purchase the assets of Qoo10’s online shopping …
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