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Financial Times Declared War On Alibaba & Jack Ma. financial times

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Recently, there was a huge commotion surrounding Financial Times where they released an extensive article insinuating that Jack Ma and Joe Tsai was not being up-front and transparent about their disclosure with their own shares when pledging it for loans from the respective banks. In essence, Financial Times Declared War on Alibaba, blaming them for not informing shareholders, whereas for Jack Ma, being not forthcoming.

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15 comments

David Rodabaugh 23/09/2021 - 2:02 PM

Isn't the FT British owned?

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Dr. Tetramin Flakes 23/09/2021 - 2:02 PM

come on 170, you can do it

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vincad 23/09/2021 - 2:02 PM

The Financial Times is a British newspaper, not US

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Dolphin Truth 23/09/2021 - 2:02 PM

must buy at dips …

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Norbert Bajgyik 23/09/2021 - 2:02 PM

And so what , Bezos buys the most expensive houses in the USA and he's ex wife sells shares like hot cakes, and we love it,but if Ma wants to buy a car hollllyyyy shit all hell breaks loose. Can someone please explain to all of us how the hell is writing and publishing constant lies over and over again is even legal ???????

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Dean Yap 23/09/2021 - 2:02 PM

Great analysis bro. Haha financial times comments sections are the funniest.

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IWAN Muzaki 23/09/2021 - 2:02 PM

In your opinion, is Didi stock a great long term investment?

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Leongsin Teoh 23/09/2021 - 2:02 PM

good point of view

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Matthew Hammond 23/09/2021 - 2:02 PM

Why does anyone trust the media? Ever…

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KZ KZ 23/09/2021 - 2:02 PM

Thanks Tay!

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Aon 23/09/2021 - 2:02 PM

Want to know your opinion about possibility that Alibaba will be delisted from US stock exchange

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J C 23/09/2021 - 2:02 PM

Love your points of view!

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presidentllama 23/09/2021 - 2:02 PM

Great insights love u babe

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Ryan Lee 23/09/2021 - 2:02 PM

Been losing sleep waiting for this to premier. Excited!!

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NNK 23/09/2021 - 2:02 PM

They are not required to report so they didn't report. Period … Why on earth would they have to come out and tell the world
I don't think they come this far if they take loan that will get force sell. Afterall they saw their share plunged > 80% in 2008. Come on Financial time. Don't be like this

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