This is the latest in a series of steps in which Alibaba is seeking to get more foreign products for sale to Chinese consumers.
When it comes to Chinese e-commerce, Taobao is the first name that always jumps to mind, and with good reason. The C2C marketplace, owned by Alibaba, sells almost literally anything you can imagine. It can be a bit of a rough-and-tumble place, with fakes and forgeries aplenty, but for those willing to brave the waters, Taobao offers more deals on more products than anyone else, and that’s why it’s China’s biggest e-commerce platform.
Singles Day is the biggest online shopping day in the world. But now that it's over, Alibaba is looking forward to its next big holiday sale - an important one ...
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China's ecommerce market is growing like a weed on steroids. But even at this advanced stage, fake products are still a serious problem.
Alibaba reported a surprisingly strong Q3, and once again the company's numbers are driven by strong mobile growth.
There appear to be illegal wild birds available for sale on Taobao. Here's why that could be a bigger problem than it sounds like.
This is yet another landmark deal as China's tech industry sees more consolidation. So what might Alibaba and Jack Ma have in mind?
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The Xfers founders are looking into how to make life simpler for sellers and buyers on places like Carousell.
After being criticized by an American group for not doing enough to fight counterfeits, Alibaba pushes back that they're not doing enough to learn Chinese.
Ecommerce titan Alibaba is forming a RMB 6 billion (US$970 million) joint venture company to focus on web-connected on-demand services, such as food delivery.
“When are you going to come to invade America? When are you going to compete with Amazon?" - Jack Ma says he's asked that a lot.
Xiu’s investment comes just days after several high-profile luxury brands filed a lawsuit against China’s biggest ecommerce company, Alibaba.
A repeat wrist slap following similar calls in March.
The shift to mobile-only is optional for now, but an Alibaba representative tells Tech in Asia that two million merchants have already opted for this.
Rather than trying to pack in as much variety as possible like rival O2O food delivery startups, Jacky's hones in on doing one thing very well: spicy shellfish.
Regulators in Hangzhou are looking to clamp down hard on C2C ecommerce sellers who are manipulating online shopping platforms to boost their sales and take down...
Chinese authorities will be able to punish shop vendors who pay for fake product reviews on their sites starting next week. But collecting enough evidence to pr...
China’s market regulator said today that the government will regulate ecommerce more strictly in an upcoming clampdown on counterfeit products and poor customer...
With so much money going into the local tech scene, one wonders which Singapore-based internet companies are the grand winners in the race to get funded.