Alibaba’s home city fines top online influencers for tax evasion amid live-streaming e-commerce crackdown

Hangzhou, China’s eastern e-commerce hub that is home to Alibaba Group Holding, has levied hefty fines on two popular live-streamers for tax evasion, signalling greater scrutiny of live-streaming e-commerce amid a broader crackdown on the booming industry.The Hangzhou tax authority fined Zhu Chenhui, known as Xueli Cherie online, and Lin Shanshan 65.5 million yuan (US$10.3 million) and 27.7 million yuan, respectively, for declaring personal wages as income for sole proprietorships, according to…

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