A Reality Check for Alibaba
A report issued by the State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) showed that Alibaba-owned Taobao.com, China's largest consumer-to-consumer platform, exhibited the worst performance of the six online shopping sites examined. Taobao published an open letter on its official website, accusing the SAIC of violating relevant regulations
Fight Against Fakes, Not Against Each Other
As Alibaba and the SAIC finally made peace, the two sides decided to focus on the solution rather than fighting. Check out the details
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Alibaba-SAIC Dispute Blow by Blow
January 23
The SAIC issued its sample test showing that 37.25 percent of surveyed commodities sold on Taobao.com were authentic.

January 27
Taobao accused the SAIC of unfair treatment over its random quality inspection by issuing a letter on its official Sina Weibo.

January 28
The SAIC released a document called the White Paper on Administrative Guidelines for Alibaba to the public.

January 29
Three vendors on Alibaba's Tmall.com platform voiced strong protests against the SAIC report.

January 30
The two sides finally made peace.
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