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SoftBank still merger hungry despite T-Mobile flop

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If they are overflowing with money, perhaps they could reduce the price of their services.

Or, at least, make them a little easier to understand.

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Bertie, as the population decreases(not a bad thing IMO), and with the endless supply of printed money and loans, Japanese companies are increasing their assets overseas. If the global economy survives this current crises, Japan will be looking good in say 20 to 30 years. IMO. Japan Inc. is starting to realize they can no longer depend on the export power they once had.

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But the firm owns a big stake in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba which is soon expected to list its shares in a multi-billion-dollar offering that could be a huge cash windfall for SoftBank.

I buy many of things from alibaba's retail subsiduary, aliexpress, prefering it to amazon due to the fact that its products are half the price.

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I buy many of things from alibaba's retail subsiduary, aliexpress, prefering it to amazon due to the fact that its products are half the price.

Yes but also half the quality. I bought a fake fred perry barrel bag form there and it didnt even last a month. It was funny how it'd disintegrate like it was rotting or something.

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Yes but also half the quality. I bought a fake fred perry barrel bag form there and it didnt even last a month. It was funny how it'd disintegrate like it was rotting or something.

Fake item in not as good as original shocker.

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