Alibaba.com Supports U.S. Businesses and
President Obama’s National Export Initiative
March 15, 2010 11:21 PM Eastern Daylight Time
SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Alibaba.com (HKSE: 1688), the global leader in
business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce, today announced its support for President Obama’s National Export
Initiative. Alibaba.com is committed to helping facilitate global trade and supporting U.S. exports throughout the
"Growing U.S. exports and putting more Americans back to work is essential for a full recovery of the world
economy," said Annie Xu, General Manager of Alibaba.com Americas. "Alibaba.com makes it easy for U.S.
companies to reach buyers throughout the world and increase their footprint via the web. By increasing U.S. exports,
through the National Export Initiative, President Obama will put that process in motion and allow all U.S. businesses;
small, medium and large to compete on a global scale with the rest of the world."
Everyday, Alibaba.com gives millions of business owners the ability to virtually reach across the globe and introduce
their products to new buyers with just a few clicks. More than 45 million people from 240 countries and regions
form a vast community of buyers and sellers on Alibaba.com who are ready to see more of what American
businesses can offer.
About Alibaba.com Limited:
Alibaba.com (HKSE: 1688.HK) is the global leader in business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce and the flagship
company of Alibaba Group. Founded in 1999, Alibaba.com makes it easy for millions of buyers and suppliers
around the world to do business online through three marketplaces: a global trade marketplace (www.alibaba.com)
for importers and exporters, a Chinese marketplace (www.alibaba.com.cn) for domestic trade in China, and,
through an associated company, a Japanese marketplace (www.alibaba.co.jp) facilitating trade to and from Japan.
Together, its marketplaces form a community of more than 45 million registered users from more than 240 cou