Jenny Chan 陳詠欣
Nov 10, 2017

The (more than) 24 hours of Singles Day: Reports from Alibaba's epicentre

Reports filed liveblog style from Shanghai for the ninth 11.11 Global Shopping Festival, covering from the countdown Friday night all the way through to the end at 12 am Sunday morning.

Note This report was created in liveblog format starting Friday evening and continuing through Saturday. The oldest items are at the bottom.

12 November, Sunday, 12 am

As of 240000, total GMV has exceeded RMB168.2 billion more than US$25.3 billion from 225 countries and regions, out of which 40% are from international brands. In total 167 merchants surpassed RMB100 million in sales, 17 sold more RMB500...

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