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FinanceAsia turns 20

FinanceAsia is about to enter its third decade. We invite you to help us celebrate through stories dedicated to the past and future 20 years of Asia's financial markets.
Yadea Group could be the first pure-play electronic vehicle manufacturer listed in Hong Kong and provides some welcome diversity for investors after a rush of financial IPOs.
The British bank has promoted Aaron Gwak as issuance starts to pick up again in the Asean bloc.
The private equity firm has sold the Chinese education counsellor Education International Corporation instead of conducting an IPO.
The Chinese peer-to-peer lender postponed a private funding round that was due to complete in March after the industry was rocked by a Ponzi scandal.
Dealogic's weekly roundup of loans activity in Asia.

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If you led a start-up in Asia, which investor would you most want for your first round of funding?





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Alibaba
  44%
 
Venture capital funds
  26%
 
A property tycoon
  3%
 
Governments
  8%
 
A group of small investors through crowd funding
  21%

 

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