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Great rise in Alibaba’s share with 6% after Jack Ma appear for the first time in last 3 months

The founder of Alibaba group Jack Ma had met 100 teachers on live video meeting in China. The great business man Mr. Ma appeared for the first time in last 3 months, Since October 2020. Hong Kong listed share market of e commerce took a rise with 6% with his public appearance.

Mr Ma has missed his final episode of a TV where he was represented as judge. amid a regulatory clampdown by Beijing on his sprawling business empire.MR Ma had not appeared since 24th October 2020 since he smashes china’s regulatory system on amid pandemic with his speech in Shanghai forum which has let him setback with officials and taken to a suspension of $37 Billion IPO of Alibaba’s Ant Group. Tianmu News, a news portal of Zhejiang Online, which is supported by the Zhejiang government, first reported that Mr Ma had met with the teachers via a live video conference call on Wednesday 21st January 2021.

The Jack Ma foundation has confirmed that MR Ma has attended an online event which is for Annual rural teacher initiative.In the 50-second video, Mr Ma dressed in a navy blue shirt, spoken to the camera with grey marble walls and a striped carpet in a room. It was not be able to analyze where he was speaking from.

Hong kong listed shares of Alibaba group has raised with 6 percentage after MR Ma’s first appearance compared with 0.64% in Hang Seng Index.

Mr Ma’s reappearance impact as Alibaba plans to raise at least $5 billion via sale of a U.S dollar-denominated bond in January 2021.

Reuters reportedly confirmed the bond proceeds can even reach $8 billion, which the e-commerce leader was likely to use for general corporate transactions.

Alibaba is the target of an antitrust investigation launched in December 2020 by Chinese authorities, who have in recent months expedited a crackdown on anticompetitive behavior in China’s booming internet space.

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