Alibaba Group

China's largest e-commerce company Alibaba Group will soon roll out mobile telecom services for the country's 1.3 billion people.

A few years ago, the mention of the term “O2O” elicited head-scratching stares from most of China’s half a billion Internet users.

China's e-commerce giant removed an estimated 114 million listings of suspected counterfeit merchandise from Taobao Marketplace last year. Read on for complete details of the company's ongoing effort to protect intellectual property rights.

Alipay said it will create a special research and investment fund aimed at strengthening online payment security, with a particular emphasis on the fast-growing mobile payments market.

China's business-to-consumer e-commerce market recorded strong double digit growth in 2013 and is expected to surpass China's consumer-to-consumer e-commerce market by 2017, according to iResearch.

Alibaba Group said on Monday it will invest $692 million into a Chinese department store chain to boost its offerings in offline commerce.

China's top two e-commerce websites are encouraging their vendors to be more generous with their return policies as China prepares to regulate online shopping.

Chinese consumers picked up big discounts on movie tickets, restaurant dining and other everyday treats during Taobao's first-ever mobile shopping promotion.

How do you get your brand noticed in China and what must you do to reach the customers you want to reach? Alizila's Melanie Lee spoke with a few successful importers of Western products into China to find out their secrets.

In a new video, Alizila reporter Melanie Lee takes a look at the features of Alipay Wallet, China’s top mobile payment application with more than 100 million users.

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