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BRIEF-Alibaba Singles' Day sales reach 158.31 bln yuan ($22.63 bln)

Reuters | Beijing | Updated: 11-11-2019 07:26 IST | Created: 11-11-2019 07:24 IST
BRIEF-Alibaba Singles' Day sales reach 158.31 bln yuan ($22.63 bln)
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Alibaba Group Holding Ltd:

* ALIBABA SAYS SINGLES DAY SALES REACH 158.31 BILLION YUAN ($22.63 BILLION) AT 9 A.M. LOCAL TIME (0100 GMT) Further company coverage:



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