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Alibaba trade finance: a misguided step into the unknown

According to ChinaBusinessNews.com and the South China Morning Post, Alibaba Group Holding last week entered into a partnership with more than 25 credit rating agencies and banks globally, in order to make cross-border trade financing available for Chinese small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

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Comments (5)

  • William Laraque
    William Laraque, US-International Trade Services 27 January 2016

    Thank you for reading my blog piece SaLLy. I appreciate your comment. I am curious as TO what you found "interesting" about it. I must admit that I am a bit miffed by one word comments. You must be so much more interesting.

  • sally wen
    sally wen, Astradius 27 January 2016

    interesting

  • Dario Avello
    Dario Avello, US EXIM BANK - Export-Import Bank of the United States 26 January 2016

    Ditto, equally curious as to what Miguel means by "Wrong."

  • William Laraque
    William Laraque, US-International Trade Services 26 January 2016

    Thank you for your comment and economy of words Miguel Torres. Perhaps you are able to marshall a few more words to describe what you mean by "wrong." William

  • torres miguel
    torres miguel, BNP Paribas 26 January 2016

    Wrong.

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