Walden International will launch a fund to invest in Indian semiconductor-related start-ups. It already manages a similar vehicle focused on China.
According to The Economic Times, the $100 million fund will begin investing later this year and has already identified four start-ups, two each in Bangalore and Hyderabad. Walden's new fund comes at...
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