Alibaba delivers 61 percent growth in revenue amid increased New Retail investment – South China Morning Post

What happened: New York-listed Alibaba released its quarterly financial report ended on June 30. The company reported a total revenue of RMB 80.9 billion ($12.2 billion). The core commerce revenue increased 61% from the same period last year to RMB 69.2 billion, with a growing contribution of the New Retail strategy.

Why it’s important: Alibaba’s growth potential is a highlight among recent oversea Chinese stocks’ unsatisfactory performance. Among China’s declining economic growth, Alibaba’s national retail landscape strategy and the penetration of New Retail will see continuing stable performance.

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Runhua Zhao

Runhua Zhao is a technology reporter based in Beijing. Connect with her via email: runhuazhao@technode.com