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Davos 2017: An Insight, An Idea with Alibaba Founder, Jack Ma (Transcript)

Jack Ma: Well, can I say one last message?

Interviewer: Yes, please, please.

Jack Ma: I just want to give my last advice to any people here that every government should pay attention to: the next 30 years are critical for the world. Every revolution, technology revolution takes about 50 years. The first 20 years, technology company; next 30 years, the implication of the technology. Focus on the next 30 years. The first 20 years, eBay, Amazon, Facebook, Alibaba, Google. Good. The most important is that make the technology inclusive, make the world change. This is 30 years.

Next, pay attention to those people who are 30 years old, because those are Internet generation, they would change the world, they are the builder of the world.

Third, that let’s pay attention to the companies who have fewer than 30 employees. So 30 years, and 30 years old and 30 employees, that we can make the world much better.

Interviewer: Jack Ma, thank you very very much.

Jack Ma: Thank you.


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