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Jack Ma defends Alibaba amid criticism about fake products

Authorities have accused it of allowing "illegal" actions on its multi-billion-dollar online shopping platform

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Mr Ma spoke out after a regulator delivered a dressing-down of Alibaba, publishing a survey saying only about a third of products sampled from the firm's consumer-to-consumer marketplace Taobao were genuine.

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Mr Ma (above) spoke out after a regulator delivered a dressing-down of Alibaba, publishing a survey saying only about a third of products sampled from the firm's consumer-to-consumer marketplace Taobao were genuine.

Hong Kong

ALIBABA founder Jack Ma has defended his company's reputation after authorities accused it of allowing "illegal" actions on its multi-billion-dollar online shopping platform, saying he does not want it to be seen as a hub for fake products.

The Chinese billionaire spoke

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