PM Tsipras meets Alibaba president Ma to boost Greek SMEs

6 July 2016
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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met on Wednesday (06/07/2016) with the president of the international giant company Alibaba, Jack Ma, in Shanghai in an effort to strengthen small and medium sizes enterprises (SMEs) in Greece.

Alibaba is an online sales platform for small businesses and especially young entrepreneurs interested in start up companies. Its customer base includes 10 million businesses around the world. It offers services from consumer to consumers, businesses to consumers and businesses to business.
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The meeting between Tsipras and Ma dominated the expansion of company’s activities in Greece, which will give a lot of small businesses the possibility to expand their activities internationally.

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