Tag: Taobao (淘宝)


Alibaba launches “Taobao for Elders”

Alibaba launches “Taobao for Elders”

Taobao for retirees will make it easier for seniors to register an account and browse products, delivering an improved user experience, from personalized recommendations to after-sales service, said Ding Jian, the channel’s head of development.

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Notorious B.A.O.

Notorious B.A.O.

Taobao, the c-to-c and SME-to-c marketplace operated by Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd., has been included on the US Trade Representative’s “notorious markets” list for the second year running.

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Taobao sells two jumbo jets

Taobao sells two jumbo jets

Market watcher have long speculated when and if China’s leading c-to-c marketplace, Taobao (淘宝), operated by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA), would make the jump into listing used autos. Few predicted that they would turn to the used jet aircraft marketplace first. 

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Xianyu promises fast cash for used electronics

Xianyu promises fast cash for used electronics

Xianyu users can now immediately convert their used electronic goods into electronic cash on these platforms. The function - which is only available to Sesame Credit users with more than 600 credit points on their account - allows Xianyu users to convert their used electronics into cash on their Alipay account without needing to list and sell the goods.

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Taobao doubles down on rental model

Taobao doubles down on rental model

Alibaba’s c-to-c and SME-to-c transaction platform Taobao (淘宝), and its sister app, the mobile used goods transaction platform Xianyu (闲鱼), are offering Chinese consumers even more flexible ways to acquire used and new goods. 

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Baixing invests in video content producer

Baixing (百姓网), a leading classifieds site in China, played the role of angel investor when it pumped 5 million RMB ($750,000 U.S.) into the 4-month-old content producer Chengse Haiyang (橙色海洋). It appears Baixing may be interested in pursuing high-end video content for its platform via a close working relationship with Chengse Haiyang.

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