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Alibaba revenue up 38 pct in 3rd fiscal quarter
China's e-commerce giant Alibaba Group reported year-on-year revenue growth of 38 percent to 161.4 billion yuan (23.12 billion U.S. dollars) for the fiscal quarter ending Dec. 30, 2019.
Alibaba creates "video fingerprint" to fight piracy
China's e-commerce giant Alibaba has created a project for "video fingerprints," a technology that gives each original video a unique online identity, to fight piracy on its e-commerce platforms.
E-commerce giant Suning.com net profits up 216 pct in 2018
Chinese e-commerce giant Suning.com Thursday announced that the company registered a net profit increase of 216.2 percent in 2018 thanks to soaring online consumption.
Xiaomi Youpin attempts cross-border e-commerce via Korea tie-up
Premium online shopping site Xiaomi Youpin made its first cross-border e-commerce attempt Tuesday by partnering with Korea Agro-Fisheries & Food Trade Corp to bring in more quality imports.
Alibaba says no layoffs in 2019
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has pledged no layoffs this year, defying a wave of layoffs in the internet sector amid an economic slowdown.
Online retail sales soar in China's rural areas
Online retail sales across China's rural areas experienced tremendous growth last year, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.
China's rural areas surpass cities in growth of digital consumption
Alibaba's Tuesday report shows that China's rural areas are growing faster than some first-tier cities in digital consumption.
CES 2019 sees less phone makers but more e-commerce giants from China
The 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2019) held in Las Vegas during January 8-11 saw the presence of less smart phone manufacturers but the showcase of an increasing number of Chinese e-commerce giants like Alibaba and JD.com.
China's e-commerce law to regulate market behaviors
After five years of cautious preparation with repeated collection of public opinions and reviews, China's e-commerce law officially came into force on the first day of 2019.
The controversy of e-commerce: Damaging or improving the economy?
There are many advantages like the shopping experience, which e-commerce cannot replace yet, but with the development of VR and AI, virtual shopping might not be too far away.
China's Single's Day sales hit 1.4 bln USD in first 2 minutes
China's Singles' Day sales on TMall hit 10 billion yuan (about 1.44 billion U.S. dollars) at just two minutes and five seconds after midnight on Sunday.
China's online shopping binge predicts to smash over 30 bln USD
Sales of China's biggest online shopping festival is projected to hit over 32 billion U.S. dollars this year, according to a report released by the global app market data provider App Annie.
Cross-border e-commerce takes off in new digital era
Nov 11, or the Singles Day, the online shopping festival invented by Alibaba, is just days away, and I can't wait to see what form this year's buy-buy-buy mania will take.
Majority confident in upcoming e-commerce law
About 58 percent of people believe that the e-commerce law, which will take effect in 2019, will better safeguard consumer interests, according to a recent survey.
S. China Hainan formulates plan for poverty alleviation through e-commerce
South China's Hainan Province has recently formulated a three-year action plan for poverty alleviation through e-commerce.
China adopts e-commerce law to improve market regulation
China's top legislators on Friday passed an e-commerce law aimed at improving regulation over the flourishing market.
Chinese Vice Premier urges open e-commerce markets
Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang on Friday called on countries throughout the world to open e-commerce markets for each other to brace for the fresh growth opportunities in emerging trade.
Shanghai Customs sees 45 pct surge in e-commerce import orders in 2017
The number of cross-border e-commerce imports passing through Shanghai customs was up 45.2 percent to over 16.4 million in 2017, the Shanghai Customs said Tuesday.
China sees boom in rural e-commerce in 2017
China saw a boom in e-commerce in rural areas last year as the rural population increasingly went online for business and shopping.
Argentinean economist amazed by Chinese e-commerce boom
Argentinean economist Maria Cecilia Peralta amazed the boom of e-commerce in China and its massive influence worldwide, after Singles' Day on Nov. 11 reached new heights in online sales.
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