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if there's a slowing Chinese economy ecommerce giant Alibaba doesn't appear to be feeling it Jack Martin Chinese retailer and biggest online shopping mall in the world out with fourth quarter earnings Thursday morning and blowing past wallstreet expectation , perhaps most keenly there was explosive growth in sales made on mobile devices , up more than one hundred ninety percent from the same time last year , surprisingly robust earnings from a firm facing increased competition from smaller rival JD dot com , Ali Baba still down like rain itself knock off and bootlegged grades and hanging over all of this a Chinese economy that twenty fifteen grew at its slowest pace in twenty five years , but Alibaba closing out the year with a bang boasting four hundred and seven million active buyers and spending a stock artist much five and a half percent in early trading