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ByteDance was previously valued at US$140 billion after it received an undisclosed amount of funding from Tiger Global Management last year.
The deal will help Ripple expand its On-Demand Liquidity service across Southeast Asia.
Didi Autonomous Driving is reportedly looking to rake in up to US$500 million in the potential raise at a valuation of around US$6 billion.
The development comes after a similar project which links the US to Hong Kong got canceled by the Trump administration in August.
Tazapay also announced that it is now fully operational across India, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand.
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The US-based firm claimed that it could pinpoint maintenance failures with two weeks' notice at the earliest and two days at the latest.
Instead of sending starships, these startups are driving lorries to the country’s rural areas.
According to the the joint report of Monk's Hill and Glints, companies in the US and China view the region as a more affordable market to make hires.
The crackdown may cause more Chinese investors to see Southeast Asia as a haven.
EVA Air will use Affinidi's services for Singapore to Taipei flights and is looking to extend the feature to include more destinations.
The logistics startup is reportedly raising a pre-IPO round at a valuation of US$3 billion.
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The corporate gift will support talent development and innovation in areas such as AI and data science.
Singh will be responsible for leading sales and business marketing solutions across all TikTok for business products in the Southeast Asia.
Think building a billion-dollar startup in a complex space straight out of college is crazy? Ask PatSnap.
Its online home and car sales platform FCB Group is looking to make its financial debut in the US as soon as Q4 2021.
Hex Trust plans to further enhance its custody platform and hire key talent in its Hong Kong and Singapore offices.
The team behind the technology is currently looking for industry partners to take the product to market.
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