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D'Addario & Company, world-famous for its made-in-America guitar strings, has taken the plunge into Internet retailing in China, recently opening a storefront on Alibaba Group's Tmall.com platf

Alibaba's international platforms, AliExpress and Tmall Global, are vital to the Chinese e-commerce company's plans to take this year's 11.11 Shopping Festival to the world. Hear what Maggie Wu, general manager of Alibaba's global business-to-consumer division, has to say about their expansion efforts.

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Sporting enhanced services geared to make booking airline tickets, hotel rooms and holiday packages more convenient for Chinese consumers, Alitrip is poised to battle for a greater share of the country's $36 billion online tourism market.

Alibaba Group's cloud-computing arm refreshes its mobile operating system which will debut on two upcoming smartphones.

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At a press event that included the official rebranding of its parent financial-services company, officials for China’s largest e-payments provider revealed they are looking inside and outside China for growth.

Alibaba Group's cloud computing unit will provide Royal Philips with back-end computing support for a newly launched range of smart devices in China.

This year, Alibaba Group aims to turn its biggest online shopping promotion into a worldwide affair by adding hundreds of participating merchants from its international marketplaces, AliExpress and Tmall Global.

At more than $1 trillion, China is the world’s largest grocery market.

Adventurous Chinese travelers who eschew tour groups can now go global but pay local, thanks to a tie up between Airbnb and Alipay.

China’s largest online shopping website is trying to interest more consumers in buying fresh produce straight from the fields as it seeks to streamline the country’s outmoded food supply chain.

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