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China Digest: YOHO! bags Series E+; CITIC backs Healthapple; HK’s Ztore raises $8m

YOHO! Group, the Shanghai-based operator of lifestyle and fashion platform, has raised a Series E+ funding round led by C Ventures.

Sydney payments startup Get raises $2.5m from Vertex, Click Ventures

Get claims a user base of 220,000 in Australia and Hong Kong and is preparing for an expansion to Singapore.

IFC mulls $15m equity investment in PT Bank KEB Hana Indonesia

IFC already holds a 9.98 per cent stake in PT Bank KEB Hana Indonesia, a mid-size bank with an asset base of IDR 40,654 billion ($2.7 billion).

China Digest: IDG backs Letus Legend; Hair salon Xingkeduo raises $14m

Letus Legend plans to use the proceeds to launch home delivery services and use its online app to pre-sell high-value and most popular items.

Singapore Digest: hoolah raises seed round; Temasek Foundation grant for fintech learning

hoolah launched its commercial operations in Singapore in February 2018, focusing on online merchants in the retail, travel and airline verticals.

Myanmar Digest: MMTutors gets funds; Seedstars backs innovation centre

Seed Myanmar has led a five-digit dollar investment in MMTutors while Switzerland-based Seedstars will invest $1.1 million to develop the Yangon Innovation Center.

Chinese face recognition startup CloudWalk raises Series B+ from state-owned firms

Lead investors include China Reform Fund, Atlas Capital Group, SFund International Holdings Limited, Technology Financial Group and Bohai Capital Holding Company.

Yoma Bank makes $4.4m follow-on financing in BRAC Myanmar Microfinance

Prior to the latest funding agreement, BRAC raised the first financing tranche of $1.3 million from Yoma Bank in March.

China’s raises $23 m led by units of Haitong Securities

ICHunt raised its Series B round of tens of millions of RMB, led by, in December last year.

Asean Dealbook: Calbee exits Philippine JV; Malaysia’s Exabytes buys HostPro2U

Calbee’s exit comes as the Philippine joint venture continues to post losses since its establishment in 2014.