Alipay Wallet

Alipay Wallet is hoping to encourage mobile commerce among its millions of users by opening its platform to businesses to create stores in the app.

Mobile shopping and payment is rocking China's e-commerce industry in big cities, but the areas that are growing fastest may surprise you.

 

Alibaba news photo of mobile phone and stethoscope

Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital in Hangzhou is the latest medical center to integrate appointment and payment systems with the e-payment provider's mobile wallet app.

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.

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

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

Alibaba News photo of digital credit card

By teaming up with the country's largest e-payments provider, the bank plans to issue one million credit cards to Chinese consumers, for the first time assessing creditworthiness based on online shopping histories.

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.

Shopping on a smartphone and using a smartphone to make online payments is quickly becoming mainstream in China, a new government survey found.

Chinese consumers in the country's underdeveloped cities are fast becoming adept online shoppers, according to Alipay's Annual 2013 China Spending report.

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