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Alibaba Slashes Cloud Prices by Half to Foster Growth Ahead of Possible IPO

Chinese tech giant Alibaba will cut the prices of its cloud services by up to 50% starting today as it hopes to grow the sector. Alibaba Group (NYSE: BABA) recently announced cutting its cloud prices by 50% to spur business growth. The Chinese tech giant seeks to carve out a bigger share of its local cloud market amid increasing competition. By drastically reducing the prices of cloud-based products and services, Alibaba hopes to better compete with the likes of Tencent. Reports state the...

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Rakuten Bank Set to Go Live after Floating Biggest Japanese IPO in 5 Years

Following the IPO, Rakuten Bank is billed to finally go public on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on April 21. Rakuten Bank, the financial services offshoot of the Japanese conglomerate Rakuten Group is set to go live following a successful float of its Initial Public Offering (IPO). According to a report from The Business Times, Rakuten Bank priced its IPO at 1400 Yen, a point that coincided with the upper range of its revised pricing. In the months and weeks leading to the IPO, Rakuten Bank set...

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UAE Exchange Al Ansari Financial Services Surge 17% in Dubai IPO

Al Ansari Financial Services experienced an upswing in the value of its shares after instituting 2023’s first Dubai IPO.  The shares of UAE remittances and money exchange firm Al Ansari Financial Services surged 17% in its initial public offering (IPOIPO) outing at its Dubai Financial Market trading debut. The family-owned company raised $210 million after selling 750 million shares in the offering, or 10% of its value. The Al Ansari Financial Services development marks the first IPO for...

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China Welcomes Tech IPO Endeavors from Alibaba, JD.com, & Others after Lengthy Spell on Sidelines

Following two years of crackdowns and sanctions, China appears ready to unlock private sector potential via tech IPO developments.  Alibaba Group Holding and JD.com are reportedly involved in developments that could revive the long-dormant tech IPO landscape in China. Both tech giants are setting plans to float initial public offerings in the East Asian nation. These developments, three expected 2023 monumental Chinese debuts, could prop up the country’s flailing tech industry and...

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Alibaba Agenda to Restructure Its Businesses Stokes Speculation Regarding Suspended Ant Group IPO

As the tech space digests the Alibaba news, attention also shifts to what becomes of Ant Group’s 2020 suspended IPO.  The decision by Alibaba Group (NYSE: BABA) to split its business into 6 places has renewed focus on the suspended Ant Group IPO. At the beginning of the week, Alibaba announced plans to split into 6 independent business groups. According to the Chinese e-commerce giant, this decision is strategic and would allow each business unit to operate unrestrained. Alibaba further...

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Alibaba to Split into 6 Business Groups Capable of Individual IPO as Company Prepares for Major Restructuring

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has confirmed plans to split into smaller groups to allow each one pursue independent IPO. Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA) recently announced plans to split into 6 business units, each capable of pursuing an IPO. According to the Chinese e-commerce giant, the move seeks to “unlock shareholder value and foster market competitiveness.” The Alibaba IPO-focused split also represents the most significant reorganization in the Hangzhou-based...

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