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In the latest move by Alibaba Group companies to provide Internet-based financial services to consumers and small businesses, China's largest B2C website is offering zero-cost car loans to online shoppers who buy vehicles online.

Alibaba Group has made it easy for Chinese consumers to check for fake drugs by letting them scan a barcode on the box to get all the information related to its point of origin.

Never get stuck with an ill-fitting blouse again. Alibaba Group's Tmall.com allows shoppers on the platform's apparel site to defer payment until they have received and are satisfied with their purchases.

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Millions of young people across China who invested their spare cash through Alipay has made Yu'E Bao the world's fourth-largest money market fund.

Alipay has been expanding quickly in Southeast Asia, Alizila finds out what's next from Alipay's regional head of business development.

Chinese globetrotters can now apply to get their shopping tax rebates credited to their Alipay accounts through an Alipay tie up with Global Blue.

E-commerce is booming in China, especially in the south and east of the country, says a new AliResearch report.

Chinese tourists looking to visit Singapore for some summer sun can now pay for their vacations at Resort World Sentosa using their Alipay accounts.

Chinese shoppers eager for Korean cosmetics and trendy summer clothing can now buy directly from South Korea using their Alipay accounts.

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

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