China might be emerging from the grip of COVID-19, but many start-ups face a long battle. This is when VCs find out who the winners are
The coronavirus outbreak inevitably crippled early- and growth-stage activity in China’s technology sector. A meager $3.1 billion was invested in the first quarter of 2020, a six-year low. By March,...
PAI Capital, a Hong Kong and London-based asset manager that primarily caters to high net worth individuals (HNWIs) has paid RMB1.45 billion ($212 million) for a 24.22% stake in Vtron Group, a Shenzhen-listed video display systems manufacturer.
Vietnam’s VinaCapital and Japan’s Daiwa PI Partners have sold the remainder of their interest in Vietnamese dairy producer International Dairy Products (IDP).
A consortium led by China Resources Capital (CR Capital) has agreed to acquire a 65% stake in Hong Kong retail and supermarket operator City Super Group.
Indian online used car marketplace Spinny has acquired local counterpart Truebil, setting up several venture capital exits.