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Alibaba Launches Tmall Vineyard Direct Program

| MCM Staff

Alibaba Group announced the opening of the Robert Mondavi Wines exclusive flagship store on Tmall.com, to officially kick off its newly launched “Tmall Vineyard Direct” program on its Tmall.com marketplace. See what this means for the marketplace.

Alibaba Launches Korea Pavilion on Tmall

| Tim Parry

The Korea Pavilion is the first official online country pavilion dedicated to providing consumers in China with one-stop shop for genuine Korean products and travel and cultural information.

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Ecommerce Spending in China to Exceed $1 Trillion By 2019

| MCM Staff

Ecommerce spending in China will exceed $1 trillion by 2019, according to a new forecast from Forrester Research, up from $307 billion in 2013. Here’s a look into why U.S.-based merchants need to look at China as they grow their cross-border presence.

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Alibaba Says It Has Addressed Online Security Vulnerability

| Mike O'Brien

Alibaba says it is doing all it can to keep on top of security issues that affect its ecommerce merchants, after a published report noted that an Israeli firm in late October found a security flaw in AliExpress, the company’s English language ecommerce site.

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Alibaba Reports Singles Day Sales Up 62% to $9.3B

| Mike O'Brien

While Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba reported that Singles Day 2014 – 11.11 – the world’s largest shopping day, brought in more than $9.3 billion in sales, up 62% from 2013, the global phenomenon has yet to make a significant impact in the U.S.