Alibaba wants to build a leading e-commerce logistics platform across SEA to serve the region's fast rising e-commerce logistics needs.

Published 2021-01-08 10:11:49

Alibaba is one of the Chinese tech giants making Singapore its beachhead for Southeast Asia.

Competitors Bytedance and Tencent Holdings are also making investments into Singapore, giving insights into their strategies here.

Previously, we took a look at how Bytedance plans to spend “billions of dollars” in Singapore and what it means for us.

This time, we delve into Alibaba’s expansion plans and how it is planning to grow its presence in Singapore.

Building SEA’s Leading E-commerce Logistics PlatformIn 2014, Alibaba announced that it invested S$312.5 million for a 10.35 per cent stake in SingPost.


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