• Jack Ma said Trump's trade war with China will wreck Alibaba's plans to help create 1 million US jobs

    2 monthes ago - By Chron

    Alibaba chairman Jack Ma said that the US-China trade war will wreck the company's pledge to help create 1 million US jobs.
    The comment, made in an interview with Chinese media outlet Xinhua, comes two days after Trump announced a fresh set of tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.
    Ma also said that trade should be used as a tool for peace rather than a weapon.
    Jack Ma, the recently departed chairman of Chinese retail giant Alibaba, said Wednesday that President Donald Trump's trade war with China will scuttle the company's pledge to bring 1 million jobs to the US.
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  • Jack Ma said Trump's trade war with China will wreck Alibaba's plans to add 1 million US jobs

    Jack Ma said Trump's trade war with China will wreck Alibaba's plans to add 1 million US jobs

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Alibaba chairman Jack Ma said that the US-China trade war will wreck the company's pledge to help create 1 million US jobs.
    The comment, made in an interview with Chinese media outlet Xinhua, comes two days after Trump announced a fresh set of tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.
    Ma also said that trade should be used as a tool for peace rather than a weapon.
    Jack Ma, the recently departed chairman of Chinese retail giant Alibaba, said Wednesday that President Donald Trump's trade war with China will scuttle the company's pledge to bring 1 million jobs to the US.
    In an interview...
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  • Jack Ma said Trump's trade war with China will wreck Alibaba's plans to add 1 million US jobs

    Jack Ma said Trump's trade war with China will wreck Alibaba's plans to add 1 million US jobs

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Alibaba chairman Jack Ma said that the US-China trade war will wreck the company's pledge to help create 1 million US jobs.
    The comment, made in an interview with Chinese media outlet Xinhua, comes two days after Trump announced a fresh set of tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.
    Ma also said that trade should be used as a tool for peace rather than a weapon.
    Jack Ma, the recently departed chairman of Chinese retail giant Alibaba, said Wednesday that President Donald Trump's trade war with China will scuttle the company's pledge to bring 1 million jobs to the US.
    In an interview...
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  • Illinois company plans NW Indiana plant, up to 580 new jobs

    2 monthes ago - By Stl Today

    HOBART, Ind. - An Illinois company plans to build a manufacturing plant for the logistics industry in northwestern Indiana, creating up to 580 new jobs.
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