The outbreak of coronavirus in China offers a unique opportunity for vendors offering communications and collaboration services, according to one global analyst firm which says that organisations, need to continue to collaborate to remain productive.
Chinese tech giant Alibaba Group has launched a global B2B sourcing platform which it says will allow countries such as Australia to connect medical-goods suppliers of all sizes with frontline medical personnel who are working towards slowing the spread of novel coronavirus in China.
International tourists to mainland China will be able to use a version of the Alipay app to make cashless payments from their phones, a report says. Alipay is owned by Ant Financial, an affiliate of retail giant Alibaba.
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