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Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau joins Jack Ma, chairman of the Alibaba Group, at the launch of the Canada Pavilion on Alibaba's online shopping site, TMall Global.
Alibaba Adds Canadian, Australian Products to TMall Global Site

Alibaba founder Jack Ma
Jack Ma Snubs Event After Organizers Cut Off Alibaba from Anti-counterfeiting Org

A customer looks at a fake luxury bag allegedly bought and shipped from a Chinese online store.
Alibaba Pledges to Remove Counterfeits Following Suspension

Ms. Lu orders a Canadian lobster online in Taicang, Jiangsu, Nov. 7, 2015.
Wonder of E-commerce: Imported Lobster Travels 36 Hours from a Click to a Plate

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In China, online shopping complaints and disputes rose sharply in 2014.
China to Boost Consumption and Services, to Quadruple Express Delivery Market

People walk past a Yonghui Superstore outlet. Narrows Losses, Buys Stake in Yonghui Superstores for $700 Million

Jack Ma speaks to the audience at The Economic Club of New York on June 9, 2015.
Jack Ma Says Alibaba Not Going to 'Invade' America

An employee works at an Alibaba warehouse on the outskirts of Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. China’s cabinet recently rolled out several policies to benefit the nation’s e-commerce sector.
China Puts Forth Policies to Boost E-Commerce Industry

Employees processing orders on Tmall.
Royal Mail Partners with Alibaba Group to Boost Online Trading

Chief executive of Chinese e-commerce giant Tencent Holdings, Pony Ma.
New Normal Internet Financing Summit Held in Beijing

With more and more Chinese consumers making purchases online, Beijing is seeking more secure and streamlined processing in e-commerce transactions.
China Approves Nationwide E-Commerce Monitoring System in Beijing

Alibaba announces plan to create a music service arm for Chinese consumers.
Alibaba, Tencent Spending Billions to Be Top One-Stop Online Shop

China's e-commerce industry has been flourishing for the recent years as the country grows to be the world's largest Internet user populace.
E-commerce Boom Hauls $2.1 Trillion for China in 2014

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