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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 (online version of The Philippine STAR), Computerworld Philippines magazine, The Manila Times national broadsheet, and Sun Star Pampanga daily community newspaper.

China: Tiger Global, Genesis complete $230m Series C+ in MissFresh

In 2015, Tencent backed MissFresh $31 million series B round.

ADB launches $1.1b funding support for Indonesia energy programme

The funding will be a $500 million policy-based loan, and a $600 million results-based loan to the State Electricity Corp.

UAE-based to launch $1m ICO, eyes SE Asia expansion

Afterschool noted its token sale would be the first after school program platform to create its own digital currency.

Philippines: Cocoon Capital makes seed funding in ecommerce startup Poundit

Poundit is Cocoon’s first investment in the Philippines recognizing dramatic improvement in the local ecommerce industry.

Australia Digest: Pro-Pac, IPG enter $177m merger; State invests $10.6m in startups

Australia Digest: Pro-Pac, IPG enter $177m merger; Gov’t invests $10.6m in biotech startups

Philippines: Prime Metroline sells stake in Bloomberry Resorts for $74.6m

Post transaction, Prime Metroline remains Bloomberry’s largest shareholder with 65.58 per cent.

Philippines: Marcventures merges with two mining firms

Marcventure expects the merger to grow its business as a holding company engaged in mineral development in the Philippines.

China: Sino Fortune buys $2.8m equity interest in online lender TouZhiJia

TouZhiJia operates a P2P online lending and vertical search platform, which caters to investors by providing professional and P2P services.

Philippines’ Xurpas emerges as most active tech acquirer in SE Asia

Xurpas topped the list with its six acquisitions since 2012.

PH Digest: Ayala issues $400m perpetual notes; China Bank’s new president

Philippines: Ayala issues $400m perpetual notes; Chinabank’s new president