VC-Backed Asian Companies Saw Biggest Gains in Total Funding in Q3 2015

October 2015
CFO Innovation Asia;10/16/2015, p1
The article reports on the 38 percent hike in the pace of investment into venture capital (VC)-backed companies in third quarter 2015, when the slowing Chinese economy, interest rates and a tech bubble are worrying the market. Topics discussed include the significant gains recorded among Asian VC-backed firms, the state of large mega-round deals in the quarter and 2015 year-to-date and the 59.0 billion U.S. dollars invested in venture capital in North America.


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