„In 2001, we went to raise some $3 million in venture capital in the U. S. and got rejected. So we’ve come back and raised a little bit more: $25 billion. This is not money; this is trust from the world, trust from the people.“

—  Jack Ma

Charlie Rose Talks to Alibaba's Jack Ma http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-01-29/alibaba-s-jack-ma-on-early-obstacles-his-ambitions, Bloomberg

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