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Alibaba's cloud operation thinks it's reached market saturation among China's big internet companies, but sees a new wave of demand coming from industrial outfits. The company's results for the three months to June 30 saw Alibaba Cloud win $3.57 billion revenue, of which $2.640 million was spent by customers other than Alibaba …

  1. Pascal Monett Silver badge

    Sunrise industries

    It's interesting to note just how dependant the world is on the Greenwich meridian. I would have thought that a Chinese company would not feel the need to reference the very Western idea that the Sun rises in the East. They are in the East. For them, the Sun rises, end of.

    But no. Here we have a Chinese businessman referencing his own country as the sunrise kingdom.

    Interesting.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Sunrise industries

      Sunrise industry != sunrise kingdom.

    2. pamam

      Re: Sunrises in the East.

      Of course the sun rises in the east even for china, in the whole world the sun rises in the east just at a different time from our perspective.

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  3. Version 1.0 Silver badge

    It works in China?

    So much stuff has been created in the West and then companies have moved the production to China because it's more profitable. And the Chinese workers generally do a very good job but they are making everything work in their environment without any detailed knowledge how different the Western World is from the Asian World. It's not "better" or "worse" ... it's just different so when the new items get back into the Western environment after built to work in the Asian environment we see the problems difference.

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