The Chinese online retailer will list in New York on late Wednesday.
In a rare speech since his company began the IPO process, Jack Ma spoke about Alibaba's role in positioning China as a global business leader.
With Western countries turning their backs on Russia, the country is eager to bolster ties with China.
Authorities Must Protect Foreign Investors Immediately, Vietnam's Minister Of Planning And Investment Warns Amid Anti-Chinese Riots
In the wake of recent anti-China riots, the planning minister calls for protection for foreign investors.
Anti-China riots in Vietnam could have a wider affect on foreign manufacturers in the country.
China's netizens respond to anti-Chinese rioting in Vietnam after a violent standoff in the South China Sea.
China-Russia Energy Alliance Deepens: Massive Pipeline Agreement Expected When Putin Visits Beijing Next Week
When President Putin visits Beijing next week, China and Russia are expected to cement their energy alliance with a new deal.
China's capital city is planning to build an additional airport slated for operation in 2018 to serve rapidly increasing air traffic.
Hunter Biden, son of Vice President Joe Biden, will join the top private gas producer in Ukraine.
The government says that by 2020, its per capita gross national income will hit $15,000.
Facebook currently runs an office in Hong Kong that oversees the company’s dealings with advertisers locally and in mainland China.
A Filipino prosecutor said the facts are clear in the case of the Chinese fishermen who caught protected sea turtles.
Alibaba Appoints Former Treasury Department Official James Wilkinson As Head Of International Corporate Affairs
The former Treasury Department official joins the Chinese Internet giant as the company begins its IPO process.
China Deserves Nobel Peace Prize For Lifting Its Population Out Of Poverty, Norway's Richest Man Says
Norway's richest man seems to think so, as his country attempts to repair relations with China.
A high-level Chinese engineer said China is considering building a tunnel beneath the Pacific Ocean that would connect China with the U.S.
Putting money into China is tempting, but the picture of the company is far from complete.
The two countries are in talks about a potential project, worth $10 billion to $12 billion, to develop a massive Turkish coalfield.
Russian Companies Strengthen Financial Ties With China As Western Sanctions Over Ukraine Crisis Intensify
U.S. and EU measures against Russia are sending companies to China for financial partnerships.
China’s latest quest for energy has taken it all the way north to the Arctic.
The village of Dafen produces more than 100,000 copycat paintings each year.
WH Group is the latest company to suffer delays for a place on the Hong Kong exchange.
Instead of feeling safer, some Chinese netizens are concerned about police violence.
The company will build a network of charging stations in China to support owners of Tesla vehicles.
The popular mobile game will partner with WeChat for a second chance in China, a market that's certain to offer stiff competition.
The Chinese gold-buying frenzy of 2013 has ebbed as quickly as it erupted.
China paid full price for Peru's Las Bambas mine, but the long-term strategy is a solid one.
Indonesia Reforms Unlikely As Favored Political Party PDIP Failed To Deliver During Parliamentary Elections
Unexpectedly, favored presidential candidate Joko Widodo's party won only 19 percent of the parliamentary seats.
Chinese Central Bank Appointment Of Ma Jun As Chief Economist Confirms Conviction To Financial Reform
The former chief China analyst at Deutsche Bank is considered an insider in both the Western and the Chinese financial worlds.
China Shows Off Economic And Political Prowess By Offering To Buy Back Its Lost Art From A Bankrupt American City
For Chinese investors, items in the Detroit Institute of Arts collection would be a point of national pride, not just portfolio pieces.
Also, management has indicated that mortgage origination volumes have started the year off slowly.