How China's Migrant Crisis Could Hit ...

How China's Migrant Crisis Could Hit Alibaba

Despite all the talk about artificial intelligence and big data, the success of China's e-commerce industry relies on something more dull: millions of workers willing to work cheaply to deliver parcels to customers' doorsteps. The workers being evicted in Beijing have been vital to e-commerce giant Alibaba's low-cost model.

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