REUTERS/Aly Song Chinese retail giant Alibaba has released its quarterly results showing that customers are still flocking to the e-commerce platform despite an ailing domestic economy and an ongoing US-China trade war. The platform has managed to add 121 million active monthly users since the same time last year and added nearly 100 million new active customers. In total, that means there are an astounding 674 million people who activel...

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