Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group realized USD11 billion mobile advertising revenue in 2016, accounting for 40.3% market share in the …
Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba has launched the overseas version of its group buying website Juhuasuan.com for Hong Kong and Taiwan markets, representing an important step into Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan.
Privately-owned Chinese B2C e-commerce website 360buy.com confirmed that it is developing an open platform advertising system for third parties.
Chinese Internet security company Kingsoft published its latest Chinese Internet security report, stating that the number of new viruses decreased in 2011 while the attacks targeting Internet shopping in China continued to surge.
Rovio Entertainment Limited, developer of Angry Birds, has further expanded into the Chinese market by opening an official flagship store on Tmall.com, the B2C section of the Chinese e-commerce website Taobao.com.
Chinese search engine Baidu.com and an e-commerce subsidiary of Alibaba, Taobao.com, have just been placed on the United States Trade Representative’s “Notorious Markets List”.
Taobao.com, the Internet shopping subsidiary of the Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba, has announced that the year 2011 will be a year of openness for Taobao.com, and the company will cultivate third-party developers, enterprises and service providers in various sectors.
E-commerce behemoth Alibaba Group is planning to push its resources offline in a move to enhance its logistics abilities.
The Anti-Phishing Alliance of China has announced that by the end of July 2010, the alliance had received 19,817 reports related to phishing websites, and e-commerce websites were the most imitated ones.
According to information from the press office of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, to meet local people’s demands for Internet, the region started to reopen 27 widely used and popular websites from February 6, 2010.