U.S. drops China's Taobao website fro...

U.S. drops China's Taobao website from "notorious" list

There are 1 comment on the Digital Producer story from Dec 14, 2012, titled U.S. drops China's Taobao website from "notorious" list. In it, Digital Producer reports that:

The United States on Thursday dropped a website owned by China's largest e-commerce company, Alibaba Group, from its annual list of the world's most "notorious markets" for sales of pirated and counterfeit goods.

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anuku

Surabaya, Indonesia

#1 Dec 14, 2012
did you know that taobao name was made by combining the names of chinese leaders ie. hu jinTAO and wen jiaBAO? with both are leaving in the next year, it's wise to lift the ban and i guess the next move by uncle sam is to ban any entity taht goes by the name JINQIANG.

have pun!

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