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Jacqueline Wong, John Ruwitch, Clare Baldwin and Paul Carsten
Shanghai, November 24, 2015
The investment inSouth China Morning Post would add to Alibaba and its affiliates' growing media empire, the latest in a string of deals in news and advertising.

John Ruwitch
Shanghai, October 26, 2015
China consumer confidence index produced by ANZ Bank and polling company Roy Morgan fell to a record low in August.

John Ruwitch and Paul Carsten
Shanghai/Beijing, September 28, 2015
Didi joins existing investors including SoftBank Corp, Falcon Edge, Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC and Tiger Global Management. A spokesman for Didi declined to specify the size of the investment.

John Ruwitch
Shanghai, June 15, 2015
TBO, or Tmall Box Office, will have content bought from China and other countries, as well as in-house productions\", Alibaba's Patrick Liu told reporters in Shanghai.

Nivedita Bhattacharjee, Sumeet Chatterjee and Indulal PM
May 8, 2015
The deal, if completed, would see Alibaba investing as much as $1.2 billion, valuing Micromax, the second-biggest smartphone brand in India by sales, at $5 billion to $6 billion, two of the sources said.

Nivedita Bhattacharjee, John Ruwitch and Kanika Shikka
Mumbai/Shanghai/Bengaluru, March 12, 2015
Media reports have said Snapdeal is seeking $1 billion in its latest funding round to fuel growth as it competes with bigger rivals and

John Ruwitch and Nivedita Bhattacharjee
Shanghai/Mumbai, March 11, 2015
Snapdeal had in October last year secured a $627 million investment from Japan's Softbank, itself an early backer of Alibaba.

Paul Carsten and John Ruwitch
Beijing/ Shanghai , February 9, 2015
The deal, unlike US rival Inc's foray into smartphones with its own-brand Fire Phone, is designed to help Alibaba push its mobile operating system within China through Meizu's handsets.

John Ruwitch and James Pomfret
Shanghai, March 11, 2014
More than 1,000 workers went on strike last week to protest over the terms of their potential transfer to Lenovo, which said in January it would buy one of the server businesses of International Business Machine (IBM) for $2.3 billion.