On Thursday, China’s largest ecommerce company Alibaba posted a teaser video of an ecommerce platform that was being used by customers to order goods online.

The platform is called Bignami and is one of the largest e-commerce companies in the world.

Alibaba’s video showed that the platform offers “premiums” and “premier” prices for the items being sold on it.

The video also featured Alibaba founder Jack Ma, a former Facebook executive, as a customer.

In it, Ma was seen wearing a “golden bracelet” that he bought at an auction and asked to donate to charity.

“How about a free watch?”

Ma asked the crowd.

The company did not respond to requests for comment on the video.

On Thursday night, Alibaba’s CEO, Jack Ma , announced that Bignami would be shutting down its marketplace, ending the service that was used by about 200 million people.

Alibaba said that Batchi will now be operated by Alibaba Marketplace, a joint venture between Alibaba Group Holding and Alibaba Commerce, and will not operate as a marketplace.

The move is seen as a response to a number of concerns raised by lawmakers, such as the use of Chinese-made goods and the fact that the company had not followed the terms of the $400 billion purchase by Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba of US-based eBay in November.

Alibaba is one the world’s biggest e-tailers.

Its platform is owned by Alibaba Group and has over 2.2 billion customers, including more than 300 million in the US, according to the company’s most recent quarterly report.

The platforms Batch and Bignames offers users a chance to buy and sell goods directly with a payment processor that is also the world leader in online payment processing.

Batch was built on the open source blockchain technology, which is widely used for the global payments network, and was designed to enable “zero fees and zero transaction fees,” according to its website.

The Chinese company has been working on Batch for about a year, according the company.

Alibaba Group has been using Batch Marketplace for years.

The service, which launched in the fall of 2017, allows customers to buy products directly from the platform with a credit card, bank account, or PayPal account, but it does not allow customers to sell the goods online through Batch.

The first batch of products sold through Batches marketplace is now being offered to the public.

On Tuesday, the European Union issued a draft regulation that would ban the use by ecommerce companies and online retailers of counterfeit goods in the EU.

That regulation, which was adopted in October and will go into effect in 2021, has already prompted protests from ecommerce giants such as eBay, which have said it could hurt the growth of their businesses in Europe.

“It is not a good day for Europe,” Alibaba CEO Jack Ma told the Wall Street Journal in a phone interview.

“There is nothing in the draft regulation for us.

We will respond to this regulation.

We don’t have to follow it.”

Alibaba Group did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Bignamin is a product of a partnership between Alibaba, Alibaba Commerce and a Chinese electronics company, POC Technology.

Alibaba has been a leader in the Chinese e-tailing industry for years, with a strong presence in Hong Kong and the United States.

The two companies also have joint ventures in the Philippines and Singapore.