GMV

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AcronymDefinition
GMVGross Merchandise Volume (online retailing)
GMVGame Music Video
GMVGross Merchandise Value
GMVGround Mobility Vehicle (US Army special operations vehicle)
GMVGood Morning Vietnam
GMVGross Metal Value
GMVGot My Vote
GMVGesunder Menschenverstand (German: Common Sense)
GMVGlobalinx Mobile Video
GMVGeneralized Minimum Variance
GMVGovernment Motor Vehicle
GMVGovernment Motor Vessel (New Zealand)
GMVGlobal Minimum Variance
GMVGram-Molecular Volume
GMVGreenwich Millenium Village (London, England)
GMVGross Market Value
GMVGlobal Maritime Ventures Berhad (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
GMVGeneralized Mean Value
GMVGas Metering Valve
GMVGayrimenkul Vergisi
GMVGrupo Mecánica Vuelo (Spanish: Flight Mechanics Group)
GMVGroup of Manufacturers of Machinery for Food Processing (Zoetermeer, The Netherlands)
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Alibaba's Gross Merchandise Value - a key measure of growth of e-commerce businesses - is expected to rise 22 percent in the quarter.
Combined, both Taobao Mall and Taobao Marketplace are aiming to sell 1 trillion yuan in gross merchandise value.
Jay Lee, who runs Ebay's Asian operations, informed the FT that cross-border gross merchandise value jumped to USD4.
Jet reached USD 1bn in run-rate gross merchandise value and offered 12m SKUs in its first year.
Demonstrated ability to scale with speed, reaching $1 billion in run-rate Gross Merchandise Value (GMV) and offering 12 million SKUs in its first year.
Selling everything from mobiles to kitchen to home appliances, it hit $100 million of gross merchandise value (GMV) in December 2015, a holiday month.
Third-party sellers accounted for approximately 40% of Amazon's unit sales in the third quarter of 2013, generating more than $17 billion of Amazon's $32+ billion gross merchandise value for that period.
Lazada, one of the largest online shopping malls in the Philippines, has reached US$1 billion annual gross merchandise value (GMV) during its third year of operation in the country, having to attract approximately 18 million visitors or potential clients in the span of three years.
Amazon and eBay saw over 60% of their total traffic from mobile devices during the last holiday shopping season, while China-based E-Commerce giant Alibaba increased the mobile gross merchandise value on its marketplaces by more than three times.
We are targeting $1 billion gross merchandise value by 2016 and become the largest fashion destination in the country, Bansal adds.