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With discounts galore and Taylor Swift, Alibaba eyes another record Singles' Day

Reuters Sunday, 10 November 2019
Alibaba Group will kick off its annual 24-hour shopping extravaganza on Monday with deals and deep discounts galore, and a performance by American popstar Taylor Swift to top it all, as it pushes to rake in another record Singles' Day sales.
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