Alibaba's Jack Ma vows to use government funds to grow small businesses

By Catie Low
Updated February 4 2017 - 6:13pm, first published 5:56pm
Jack Ma, founder and Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group launches the group's Australian headquarters. Photo: Stefan Postles
Jack Ma, founder and Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group launches the group's Australian headquarters. Photo: Stefan Postles
Writing on the wall: Alibaba founder Jack Ma with Premier of Victoria Daniel Andrews at the launch of Alibaba's Australian and New Zealand headquarters. Photo: Stefan Postles
Writing on the wall: Alibaba founder Jack Ma with Premier of Victoria Daniel Andrews at the launch of Alibaba's Australian and New Zealand headquarters. Photo: Stefan Postles

Chinese tech billionaire Jack Ma has vowed to use financial support from the Victorian state government to grow Australian small businesses as he cut the ribbon on Alibaba's Australian headquarters.

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