Alibaba founder Jack Ma meets Donald Trump to discuss small business in America
Tuesday, 10 January 2017 Jack Ma, founder and chairman of China’s e-commerce giant Alibaba, met with US President-elect Donald Trump and discussed plans to help US small businesses sell products to China through the company’s platform. “I think the president-elect is very smart, he is very open-minded to listen. I told him my ideas about how to improve trade, especially to improve small business, cross border trade,” Xinhua quoted Ma as saying at Trump tower in New York after meeting with Trump. ”We specifically talked about … supporting 1 million small businesses, especially in the Midwest of America. Small businesses on the platform selling products — agriculture products and America services — to China and Asia,” he said. They also discussed the China-US relationship, which
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