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What You Need To Know About Alibaba's New Organizational And Governance Structure


  • Alibaba Group Holding Limited announced earlier this week that it intends to restructure the company into six separate units eligible for independent capital raising and IPOs subject to regulatory approval.
  • The company is preparing for a detailed press release pertaining to the change on March 30th, which could be key to confirming the market's cautious optimism observed in the stock's rally.
  • While the restructuring could potentially unlock incremental value to the stock, management's follow-through on the development, which would be critical to sustaining the recent rally, remains to be seen.
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Alibaba Group Holding Limited's (NYSE:BABA) market cap has more than halved over the past two years. This was due to the downward valuation adjustment to account for idiosyncratic risks spanning maturing growth at its core

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