Dubbed as China's version of a combination of Amazon and eBay, e-commerce giant Alibaba is set to file its initial public offering sometime this week, according to a Reuters report, which means the company's listing date could be just months away.
Recent estimates value Alibaba between $153 billion and $200 billion and indicate that the IPO could raise up to $15 billion.
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Chinese companies have been on investors' radar recently after Weibo - a Chinese microblogging firm - debuted on the Nasdaq last week, surging as much as 19 percent after pricing its initial public offering at the low end of the marketed range.
Ahead of Alibaba's debut, tell us what your market call on the Chinese company is.