Editor’s note: This story has been updated with responses from Tsingyuan Ventures that were received on April 14. The firm told DealStreetAsia that the Fund II targets to raise $70 million, while the $100 million indicated in an SEC filing is its hard cap. To date, Tsingyuan has amassed up to $80 million in capital commitments for the new vehicle.
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