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Alibaba buys Lazada

Alibaba buys Lazada: the world’s largest eCommerce company has acquired a controlling interest in Southeast Asia’s largest online department store.

Jack Ma’s grand eCommerce plan

Alibaba Group executive chairman Jack Ma wants to knock down barriers to global eCommerce by creating a business-driven, Internet-based platform.

Louis Vuitton sues Chinese for selling fakes

Louis Vuitton is seeking $37,900 in damages from three Chinese individuals for selling fakes on Alibaba’s Taobao.

All business based online now, says Alibaba CEO

The internet is no longer a business model but rather an essential piece of infrastructure on which all businesses need to operate, says Alibaba CEO Daniel Zhang.

SingPost aligns management behind eCommerce focus

SingPost has restructured its management team reflecting what it describes as “a pivotal stage” in its transformation into an eCommerce business.

Singles Day 2015: the new record

Total GMV for Alibaba Group’s 11.11 Singles Day 2015Global Shopping Festival soared to $14.3 billion (RMB 91.2 billion) this year.

11.11.2015: Here’s what to expect on Wednesday…

Last year, Chinese shoppers spent US$9.3 billion on Singles Day. Will they surpass $10 billion on 11.11.2015?

SingPost invests in Hong Kong ventures

SingPost has revealed investments in two Hong Kong companies as it continues its aggregation of interests in eCommerce and logistics businesses in the broader Asian region.

Asia leading in cross-border eCom

The Asia-Pacific region could soon account for half the world’s cross-border eCommerce trade.

Alibaba boosts stake in SingPost

Alibaba has increased its shareholding in listed Singapore postal services operator SingPost.

Alibaba to launch ‘country pavilions’

Alibaba says it is developing 11 ‘country pavilions’ to boost cross-border eCommerce.

SingPost POPStation: a global eCommerce model

SingPost’s clever embracement of the online shopping revolution through its POPStation network is an initiative other nations’ postal services should take close note of.