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Alibaba Singles' Day sales hit $12 billion in first hour

Reuters Monday, 11 November 2019
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Inc said on Monday that sales for its annual Singles' Day shopping blitz hit 84 billion yuan ($12 billion) within the first hour, up 22% from last year's early haul of 69 billion yuan.
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In China, Singles' Day is akin to Black Friday and Cyber Monday in the US.

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