Ximalaya, a Chinese online audio platform backed by the likes of Tencent Holdings, General Atlantic, and Goldman Sachs, has canceled its planned IPO.
The company gave no reason for the decision, but it comes at a time when Chinese internet businesses looking to list overseas face regulatory challenges at home and increased scrutiny in the US. Several...
A compilation of India-based IPOs - some of them private equity-backed - that have been withdrawn or appear to have fallen behind schedule
Hesai Technology, a China-based developer of sensors used in autonomous driving, is targeting a US listing. Its investors include Lightspeed China Partners, Baidu, Bosch, and Xiaomi.
Indonesia financial technology start-up iSeller, which helps businesses to digitise sales and operations, has raised USD 12m in Series B funding led by Intudo Ventures.
New Ruipeng Pet Group, a China-based pet care services platform that counts Hillhouse Capital as a significant shareholder, has filed for an IPO in the US.