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After 2020 showdown with Chinese regime, Alibaba founder Jack Ma reportedly living in Tokyo

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Jack Ma, founder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, has been living in Japan for at least six months, according to a report. The usually high-profile Mr. Ma has stayed away from the public spotlight in China for more than two years and has avoided public engagements. Many wealthy Chinese have left the country since 2020, to avoid the continuing pandemic restrictions.
Published 2 months ago · Beijing, China

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