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Chinese online pharmacy Ecmoho plans US$100 million IPO

Chinese online pharmacy Ecmoho is seeking to list on the New York Stock Exchange in order to raise US$100 million for expansion.

Alibaba management shakeup sees CFO promoted

In a significant Alibaba management shakeup, high-profile CFO Maggie Wu take on a new role overseeing investment strategy.

How small retailers can compete with the giants of retail

The giants of retail – like Walmart, Target, Amazon, Asos, Tesco, Alibaba and JD – might be trailblazers, but they are still fair game for the little guys.

China to become world’s largest grocery market by 2023

China is set to overtake the US to become the world’s largest grocery market by 2023 in value terms, according to new forecasts.

Amazon named most valuable brand

E-commerce giant Amazon has clinched the top spot in the world’s most valuable brand ranking.

Alibaba seals deal for AliExpress Russia

Alibaba Group has formed a US$2 billion joint venture AliExpress Russia to create a major e-commerce venture in the Russian-speaking market.

Tokopedia expands delivery promise to foil rivals

Indonesian e-commerce company Tokopedia is expanding its one-day delivery guarantee to almost all of its products as it prepares to battle Amazon and other foreign rivals.

Eight bidders in running for Metro China

Yonghui Superstores – part owned by Dairy Farm Group – is among at least eight bidders for the Metro China business.

Alibaba IPO in Hong Kong could raise US$20 billion

There is growing expectation of an Alibaba IPO in Hong Kong which could raise as much as US$20 billion.

Chinese consumers embrace shopping for pre-owned products online

The popularity of shopping for pre-owned products online is on the rise in China.

Alibaba buys into furniture chain Macalline

Alibaba has invested US$640 million in Red Star Macalline Group, the largest furniture retail chain in China.

Alibaba ‘on the right side of trade war’ says Tsai

Alibaba executive chairman Joe Tsai confident his company is on the right side of the trade war between the US and China.

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