Alibaba's Ma says 1m US jobs pledge thwarted by trade row

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Now his company has withdrawn the plan to create 1 million jobs in the U.S, following Trump's promise to impose 25% tariffs on Chinese goods.

Jack Ma, Alibaba co-founder and chairman, announced back in April when Alibaba purchased Chinese microchip maker Hangzhou C-SKY Microsystems that China needed to control its "core technology" such as chips to avoid over-reliance on U.S. imports.

"Even if Donald Trump retired, the new president will come, it will still continue".

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But Ma told official news agency Xinhua his vow had been made on the basis of continued cooperation and trade growth between the United States and China, and would now be hard to fulfill. -China trade becoming increasingly contentious, the promise can not be fulfilled.

Escalating tariffs between the US and China may negatively impact cloud computing and force a shuffle in supply chains and trade partnerships.

Hanghzhou: China's e-tail giant Alibaba's computing arm would help Kenya to protect its wildlife in Africa using its cloud services, said an official at a technology conference here on Wednesday. "But the current situation has already destroyed that basis".

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Earlier this week the USA imposed a 10 per cent tariff on another $200bn (£152bn) of Chinese goods, meaning it now taxes over $500bn of Chinese exports to the US.

"Trade is not a weapon and can not be used for wars", he added, in an exclusive with Xinhua news agency.

One of those setbacks was largely symbolic, and saw Alibaba's name appear on an annual US blacklist of marketplaces with high levels of trafficking in fake goods for the second consecutive year.

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Manufacturing sector will be completely transformed through the artificial intelligence era, according to Jack Ma, Alibaba Group Holding's executive chairman. Analysts have also warned that United States companies selling in China could face nationalist backlash against their products. Just over eighteen months down the line, Trump and his protectionist trade practices seem to have ruined these prospects for small businesses, such as farmers and small clothing makers, who could have tapped the Chinese market.

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