Simpson, Shearman on Alibaba-Weibo Deal

, The Asian Lawyer


Alibaba will acquire an 18 percent stake in the microblogging service, a subsidiary of Sina Corp., for $586 million.

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  • Dissatisifed with Alibaba

    I placed an order on Alibaba and paid $97 for a wig!! Seller sent hair and not what I ordered!! I have no support from Alibaba because they support the seller!! Told not send product back; but tomorrow, 08/21/2013, my 66th birthday; I am sending the product back!! Whether Alibaba or Aliexpress gives my money back or not!! These companies advertise safe buying but do not honor it.

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