U.S. businesses sell on Alibaba to grow their businesses globally by reaching over one billion consumers in China and other international markets. Additionally, Alibaba eliminates barriers that have traditionally made it challenging for U.S. companies to do business in China. In 2021, U.S. businesses sold $61 billion worth of American goods on Alibaba’s ecommerce platforms. These sales by U.S. companies supported 390,000 U.S. jobs and $31 billion in wages and added $47 billion to the U.S. GDP.
Over one billion consumers in China and other international markets shop on Alibaba’s ecommerce sites, such as Tmall and Tmall Global. Learn more about Alibaba.
There are more than 250,000 brands on Alibaba’s ecommerce platforms, including thousands of U.S. companies that are household names like Fender, Ford, and Ocean Spray, but also small and emerging American brands, like Antica Farmicista, Boscia, and Emily’s Chocolates. Learn more about the success U.S. businesses have on Alibaba.
Alibaba works with companies of all sizes to provide the infrastructure, marketing tools, consumer analytics, traffic, payments, logistics, and more to help them sell into China’s marketplace. Learn more about how Alibaba partners with U.S. businesses.
No, Alibaba is committed to providing secure products and services and working collaboratively across its ecosystem to combat counterfeiting. A combination of ever-improving technologies and close partnerships with brands, law enforcement, and other stakeholders have delivered strong results in Alibaba’s increasingly effective IP-protection program. Learn more in Alibaba’s global IPR protection annual report.
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