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Tom Noda, Philippines Correspondent for DEALSTREETASIA, has been a journalist for the past 12 years. He has worked with popular print and online media organizations such as Philstar.com (online version of The Philippine STAR), Computerworld Philippines magazine, The Manila Times national broadsheet, and Sun Star Pampanga daily community newspaper.

Japan: Global Brain leads Series A driverless car booster Trillium

Trillium will accelerate the development and deployment of its automotive IoT cybersecurity platforms and expansion of in-vehicle implementation and testing of cybersecurity retrofits on current-model connected vehicles.


China XD Plastics to delist from NASDAQ; firm’s chairman, Morgan Stanley PE back take-private offer

China XD is one of China’s specialty chemical players engaged in the development, manufacture and sale of modified plastics primarily for automotive applications.


Exclusive: PH-based Ayannah’s next funding round upsized to $5m

Ayannah had raised $1m Series A in 2015 from 500 Startups & Life.SREDA


Former China Merchants Bank CEO Ma Weihua launches PE fund

Reports said the launch of the fund by a former commercial bank executive reflects a positive private investment market in China.


Bain Capital buys out Australia’s Craigcare Group

The reported value of the company is up to $300 million.


Philippines: Ant Financial, Ayala take stake in Globe’s fintech unit Mynt

The deal is meant to accelerate financial inclusion and upgrade payment services in the Philippines.


China: Mobile games developer ShineZone raises $58m

ShineZone develops games mainly for the overseas market


Mobvista gets largest credit facility for mobile marketing in China at $100m

Bank of China said in its statement that mobile marketing is an emerging industry with great momentum.


Philippines: URC, Vitasoy form beverage business JV

Both will explore business opportunities in sustainable F&B products.


HK’s Truly Electronics acquires stake in LeEco’s smart TV unit for $104m

LeEco sold the capital stock while it seeks to modify operations as well as expansion.