Move over Amazon — China’s largest online player is looking to take on the world.

Now the largest e-commerce company in the world with $430 billion in gross merchandise volume, Alibaba is seeking to become a global company as well with a goal of serving more than 2 billion shoppers, according to a new report by global think tank FGRT (Fung Global Retail & Technology).

Since it was founded in 1999 as a business-to-business portal connecting Chinese manufacturers to overseas buyers, overseas buyers, Alibaba has expanded to include direct selling to consumers as well as digital entertainment, innovative initiatives and local services. Executive chairman Jack Ma now hopes to expand the company into a global phenomenon that will serve 2 billion customers, host 10 million businesses on its platforms by 2036 and achieve $1 trillion in GMV by…