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Amid the crackdown on China’s tech giants, some investors are sussing out less risky sectors, while heavyweights like BlackRock and Fidelity stay in for the long haul
Unicorns Yuanfudao and Zuoyebang raised more than $6bn combined last year as demand for online learning continues to grow, but some smaller players are running out of cash
XAG has been reaping the benefits of its 2012 pivot to agriculture as demand for high-tech automation in China’s farms continues to grow strongly amid government push
Startups could accept to join Alibaba, Tencent or other tech giants in their ecosystems and scale quickly. Or they could say no and keep their independence. But do they really have a choice?
As even the conglomerate giant feels the pain of OVO's aggressive cash-burning, should digital payments players rethink their strategy to gain market share, beyond the usual discounts and subsidies?
Industry players voice their hopes, concerns and expectations as the April presidential election nears
Now that Grab and Go-Jek are in a faceoff on a regional scale, here's a look at how Southeast Asia's two biggest unicorns – and their investors – could be shaping the local digital economies and startup ecosystems
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