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Monday, December 16, 2019

from silicondragonventures.com

Chinese IPOs in NY Lift Off
Action continues for Chinese tech IPOs in the U.S., despite ongoing frictions between the U.S. and China in the race for technology power.
China drone maker EHang - the one that does two-seater passenger flying drones - lifted off on Nasdaq this past week and raised $43 million. That's less than half its targeted $100 million in a tough climate given the scrutiny of Chinese companies in the U.S.
A second Chinese company, Ucommune - a rival to WeWork in China - is attempting an IPO in New York, seeking to raise $100 million. Two big banks have reportedly dropped out of the IPO over concerns about a too-high valuation, which also tripped up WeWork.
The end of the year is always a busy time for IPOs and this year is no exception for China, which could see as many as 35 Chinese companies list in New York in 2019. That's about the same level as 2018, before the US-China tech cold war took hold.
Read ForbesChina IPO Lift-Off
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WeLab has snared $156 million in Series C strategic financing, completing the largest fintech fundraising in Greater China in 2019. 

Tiger Global has led a $26 million funding of invoice discounting platform KredX in India. 

Observe.AI Raises $26 Million to digitally transform the $300 billion voice customer service market with artificial intelligence. The deal was led by Scale Venture Partners, with Nexus Venture PartnersSteadview Capital01 Advisors, and Emergent Venture.

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