Lost at Sea

20 October 2017 By Alec Macfarlane

The Singaporean startup raised nearly $900 mln in a pricier-than-expected U.S. listing. That suggests investors looked past growing losses for fear of missing out on what could become Southeast Asia’s answer to Tencent or Alibaba. Those comparisons are a stretch.

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