Alibaba: media, Jack Ma reappeared in Hong Kong – Last Hour

(ANSA) – BEIJING, OCTOBER 13 – The founder of Alibaba, Jack Ma, has reappeared in Hong Kong, almost a year after the sensational rejection of the IPO of the fintech group of Ant Financial, which was wrecked at the beginning of November 2020 on request of the Chinese authorities at 48 hours of the debut of the securities on the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges.

This was reported by The Standard, a newspaper of the former British colony, citing “two authoritative sources” who saw him on October 1st in the city. But he has attended very few public events in China in the midst of Beijing’s squeeze against Internet and tech giants, but Hong Kong’s would be for the charismatic former English teacher the first travel confirmation amid rumors that he was banned from leave the country due to ongoing investigations.

It is unclear who he met Ma during his stay and if he has since left the city. (HANDLE).


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