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It’s tough to keep up with Asia’s most important tech and business developments, from Beijing to Bangkok to Bangalore. That’s why KrASIA sets out to cut through the noise and track this progress for you.
Recently, our India section has stayed busy with Paytm’s IPO, which turned out to be a dud. Sure, it was the country’s largest public offering, but since its debut on November 18, Paytm’s performance has left a sour taste in investors’ mouths. If a stock is meant to be a reflection of investor sentiment toward a company’s promise, then you can draw your own conclusions about what this all means.
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Moncage review: A poetic journey of recovery with brain-racking puzzles.
Industry crossroads: Digital meets creative.
Credit-as-a-service firms bring changes to the loan market.
Venture capital funds pile into India’s startup scene.