As most of you have heard by now of a company called Ali Baba so you essentially know what they do and what products they sell. If not basically here is a briefing, Ali Baba is the wholesale equivalent to E-bay and just like the activities of E-Bay except 100 times worse, Ali Baba openly has a large user base that are IP thefts and openly sell fake brands of every kind. You want fake Adidas, you go to Ali-baba, you want fake Chanel, Ali Baba is the go to place and basically every single brand name copy is readily available on Ali baba.
The bankster groups don’t give a crap what they sell, the bottom line is the bottom line and when you sell fake shit, you make loads of money. Ali Baba has put in place a few small ridiculous IP theft stopping thoughts. For example a company selling fake ray ban sunglasses will show the pictures without the Ray ban logo, but yet write in clear large red writing in product description that the logo will be included in the product. Like Ebay a few years back vowed to stop IP theft selling but have since gotten far worse as long as they continue to let Chinese companies undercut Americans on the site. Nothing but hypocrisy as Americans are not allowed on China Ebay but the Chinese sell directly to Americans on Ebay all day long and not to mention untraceable fake products all over the site.
Fissures became public by January 2010 when Alibaba Group described Yahoo’s support for Google, which tangled with Chinese authorities over censorship rules, as “reckless.”
The rift widened in May 2011 after the Web portal said the Chinese company spun off its Alipay online payment business without informing shareholders. Yahoo said it wasn’t consulted about the transfer of Alipay to a company mostly owned by Ma.
It’s “inappropriate” for Internet companies in China to have high foreign ownership given the increasing regulations on overseas investments in the industry, Alibaba Group Chief Financial Officer Joseph Tsai said in May 2011.
In September, DST Global and Temasek Holdings Pte were among investors that agreed to buy shares of Alibaba in a transaction valuing the Chinese company at $32 billion, people familiar with the deal said at the time.
It becomes almost fantasy like amusing how in the United States we promote and bring public such massive scheme type companies that if they did not sell IP theft products would likely not be nearly as profitable. The little American who buys this crap to sell gets busted but the banks still bring them public in the USA.
So please tell me, does America promote IP theft and sales or does it just bust Americans for IP theft and sales and allow it to flow from outside nations?