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Alibaba's slowing sales spook investors on edge over Ant

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.’s revenue grew at its slowest pace on record for a September quarter.


Alibaba to invest $4.89 bil in grocer Sun Art, raising its direct and indirect stake to 72%

The deal signals the intention of Alibaba to try and dominate one of Chinese e-commerce’s largest untapped frontiers.

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GIC plans to invest over US$1 bil in Ant's IPO

GIC and Temasek Holdings are considering participating in both the Hong Kong and Shanghai legs of the listing.

Singapore economy

Why Singapore must be pleased to see Chinese tech giants coming to the city with investment plans worth billions of dollars

All of them have their own reasons for flocking to the nation of 5.7 million people.


Alibaba's Cainiao strengthens last mile network in Singapore, shortens delivery time for cross border parcels

The move comes ahead of Alibaba’s Double 11 Shopping Festival.

Disruption and Digitalisation

Alibaba said to invest US$3 bil in Grab

The deal may represent one of Alibaba’s biggest bets on Southeast Asia since its first investment in Lazada in 2016.

Singapore economy

Alibaba helps malls in Asia go online after Covid-19 clobbers retail

Marina Square Shopping Mall -- nestled among luxury hotels and popular tourist attractions in central Singapore -- is taking more than 30 of its tenants online with Lazada, the Southeast Asian unit of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

Alibaba bets on Frenchman to lead high-stakes Southeast Asia expansion

(Mar 4): In December, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. put Pierre Poignant in charge of Lazada, the subsidiary spearheading the Chinese e-commerce giant’s high-stakes Southeast Asia expansion. The choice was out of character for several reasons. Poignant


China’s web giants expected to post sales growth above 40%

HONG KONG (May 17): China’s internet titans are set to supply ample evidence that online spending continues to defy a slowdown in the world’s second largest economy.