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Alibaba has announced its financial results for the first quarter ended June 30, 2019. Total revenue was up 42% to CNY114,924m (US$16,741m) YoY.

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Germany’s Metro has shortlisted eight companies for its China business, a deal valued at between US$1.5bn and US$2bn as previously reported . Top retailers among the bidders Reuters news agency, citing multiple sources who cannot be named due to the confidential nature of the sale process, reports the following are joining the bid: Alibaba, in partnership with Taiwanese retailer ...
Alibaba Group announced financial results for the quarter ended 31 st March 2019. Strong performance with growing user base The group reported strong performance for the quarter. Daniel Zhang, Chief Executive Officer of Alibaba Group commented that “ Alibaba is becoming synonymous with everyday consumption in China, growing our base to 654 million annual active consumers and extending our ...
Following on from the announcement of its results, Sun Art has said its chief executive, Ludovic Holinier had resigned from his role. The retailer said Holinier will be replaced by Ming-Tuan Huang. Huang to sustain recent strategy At the moment, Huang is chairman of RT-Mart and is responsible for the overall strategic planning and management of the Group. He has also been CEO of RT-Mart Lim...
China’s major hypermarket operator Sun Art Retail Group Ltd, set up by Auchan and Ruentex and backed up by Alibaba, reported a 7.3% fall in 2018 profit. Missing market expectations The retailer reported its net profit fell to RMB2.59bn (US$386m) from RMB2.79bn (US$386m). This was below the expected RMB2.70bn. Turnover fell by 2.9% to RMB99.36bn and same-store sales fell 1.72% year-on-year. ...

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