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Alibaba Heath to buy group subsidiary's nutri-food business

The deal will bring more merchants into the online healthcare community, stabilise the firm's growth

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Ltd said on Friday controlling shareholder Group Holding Ltd would sell $488.3 million worth of food and nutritional products businesses to the company, further developing it into Alibaba's healthcare flagship platform.

will buy JK Nutritional Products Ltd from Group in a deal to be settled by the issue of 1.19 billion shares at $4.11 apiece, or a 6.16 per cent discount to the last close, the company said in a filing to bourse.

The deal will bring a broader set of merchants into the online healthcare community, while the company will obtain more stable and sustainable revenue growth, the Hong Kong-listed firm added.

saw its adjusted net loss narrowed to $14.3 million for the year ended in March, from a $23.45 million loss in the year-ago period amid rapid growth of its pharmaceutical e-commerce business.

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Alibaba Heath to buy group subsidiary's nutri-food business

The deal will bring more merchants into the online healthcare community, stabilise the firm's growth

The deal will bring more merchants into the online healthcare community, stabilise the firm's growth

Ltd said on Friday controlling shareholder Group Holding Ltd would sell $488.3 million worth of food and nutritional products businesses to the company, further developing it into Alibaba's healthcare flagship platform.

will buy JK Nutritional Products Ltd from Group in a deal to be settled by the issue of 1.19 billion shares at $4.11 apiece, or a 6.16 per cent discount to the last close, the company said in a filing to bourse.

The deal will bring a broader set of merchants into the online healthcare community, while the company will obtain more stable and sustainable revenue growth, the Hong Kong-listed firm added.

saw its adjusted net loss narrowed to $14.3 million for the year ended in March, from a $23.45 million loss in the year-ago period amid rapid growth of its pharmaceutical e-commerce business.

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Alibaba Heath to buy group subsidiary's nutri-food business

The deal will bring more merchants into the online healthcare community, stabilise the firm's growth

Ltd said on Friday controlling shareholder Group Holding Ltd would sell $488.3 million worth of food and nutritional products businesses to the company, further developing it into Alibaba's healthcare flagship platform.

will buy JK Nutritional Products Ltd from Group in a deal to be settled by the issue of 1.19 billion shares at $4.11 apiece, or a 6.16 per cent discount to the last close, the company said in a filing to bourse.

The deal will bring a broader set of merchants into the online healthcare community, while the company will obtain more stable and sustainable revenue growth, the Hong Kong-listed firm added.

saw its adjusted net loss narrowed to $14.3 million for the year ended in March, from a $23.45 million loss in the year-ago period amid rapid growth of its pharmaceutical e-commerce business.

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