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Foxconn or Foxgone? Tariffs, Wisconsin, and iPhone fires – TechCrunch

Foxconn or Foxgone? Tariffs, Wisconsin, and iPhone fires – TechCrunch First some notes on SoftBank’s rumored expansion into China and its weird fund math, then Foxconn, and then quick notes on tech depression, Huawei, and more. TechCrunch is experimenting with new content forms. This is a rough draft of something …

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Topica raises $50M for its online learning services in Southeast Asia – TechCrunch

Topica raises $50M for its online learning services in Southeast Asia – TechCrunch Vietnam’s startup ecosystem is making forward progress. Just a week after 500 Startups’ local entity closed a $14 million fund for early-stage investments, one of the country’s elder statesmen of startups — educational service Topica — has …

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500 Startups Vietnam grabs $14M to invest in local companies – TechCrunch

500 Startups Vietnam grabs $14M to invest in local companies – TechCrunch 500 Startups has set its sights on Vietnam, a historically dormant market that’s recently emerged as one of the most rapidly-expanding tech ecosystems in Southeast Asia. The Silicon Valley startup accelerator and venture capital fund has raised $14 …

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Southeast Asia’s digital economy to triple to $240 billion by 2025 – TechCrunch

Southeast Asia’s digital economy to triple to $240 billion by 2025 – TechCrunch It may sit in the shade of China and India, but tech has real growth potential in Southeast Asia. Home to a cumulative 650 million people, the region’s digital economy is forecast to triple in size and …

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Chinese WeWork rival Ucommune raises $200M to go after international growth – TechCrunch

Chinese WeWork rival Ucommune raises $200M to go after international growth – TechCrunch China’s Ucommune, the country’s largest rival to WeWork, has been on a busy acquisition spree to build out its domestic business and now it is looking at overseas opportunities after it closed a $200 million Series D …

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Grab pulls in $250M from Hyundai as ongoing round reaches $2.7B – TechCrunch

Grab pulls in $250M from Hyundai as ongoing round reaches $2.7B – TechCrunch Grab, the Singapore startup that bought Uber’s Southeast Asia business earlier this year, continues to announce strategic investors for its ongoing Series H funding round. The latest edition revealed today is Korean automotive firm Hyundai, which is …

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Korean AI startup Skelter Labs is expanding to Southeast Asia – TechCrunch

Korean AI startup Skelter Labs is expanding to Southeast Asia – TechCrunch Korean AI startup Skelter Labs is expanding to Southeast Asia after it pulled in undisclosed funding from Singapore-based VC firm Golden Gate Ventures. Skelter Labs was founded in 2015 by founded by Ted Cho, the former engineering site director …

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Korean AI startup Skelter Labs raises $10M to expand to Southeast Asia – TechCrunch

Korean AI startup Skelter Labs raises $10M to expand to Southeast Asia – TechCrunch Korean AI startup Skelter Labs is expanding to Southeast Asia after it pulled in $10 million in new funding led by Singapore-based VC firm Golden Gate Ventures. Skelter Labs was founded in 2015 by founded by Ted …

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Go-Jek is close to launching a ride-hailing service in Singapore – TechCrunch

Go-Jek is close to launching a ride-hailing service in Singapore – TechCrunch Indonesia’s ride-sharing startup Go-Jek plans to land in Singapore, its arch-rival Grab’s front lawn, as soon as this month as its regional expansion program gains speed, TechCrunch has come to understand. Go-Jek has grown to become a $5 …

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Go-Jek plans to raise $2B more for Southeast Asia ride-hailing battle – TechCrunch

Go-Jek plans to raise $2B more for Southeast Asia ride-hailing battle – TechCrunch Indonesia’s Go-Jek is planning to raise $2 billion from investors to fuel its ride-hailing battle with Grab in Southeast Asia. Go-Jek raised $1.5 billion earlier this year from investors that include Chinese trio Tencent, Meituan and JD.com, …

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