外文标题：Alibaba has become the largest e-commerce platform in Brazil
Chinese brands going global and replacing Western brands.
Another factor in the decline of the West and the rise of China.
you say decline of the west buts its more like decline of US, ebay and amazon and other giant E-comerce sites are all american. European dont care, its US who will be butt hurt.
Yeah, the western world can always be better off without the US.
Congrats to our Chinese friends
Why has Alibaba not yet entered Indian markets? India is one fastest growing eCommerce markets in the world.
I thought i red somewhere in the financial times that Indian suppliers are the largest on Alibaba?:what: So i think they should must have entered India some way or another.
By the way no e-commerce company can operate in India per se, since your government has bared any foreign investment/company from operating in B2C e-commerce market in India(except in B2B sector). Amazon, Ebay and other foreign ecoomerce companies have complained of this bias invane.:blah: lool Contrary to what many think, India is still a veryclose/protectionist market compared to many countries in Asia
As far as I know, there is no restrictions on any eCommerce company (B2B or B2C) to start their shop in India. Amazon is itself a B2C and is slowly moving towards becoming the market leader in Indian eCommerce market, though India has restriction on brick and mortar retail stores such as on Tesco and Walmart.
I read somewhere that Alibaba wants to enter Indian market desperately but given the discrimination for Chinese companies in India, it is holding its plans, though I also read somewhere that it is planning for a backdoor entry though Softbank, the Japanese investment bank that had invested huge money in Indian and Chinese eCommerce companies including Alibaba..
Amazon is growing wild in india.
Alibaba needs to enter other Asian markets like the Philippines and Vietnam.