Cashing out in Uber’s IPO: China, Russia and the Middle East | Reuters

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In 2015, Uber Technologies Inc went on a fundraising spree in China, tapping venture capitalists and state-backed corporations for cash and connections to try and navigate the Chinese regulatory environment.

Uber, more than almost any other Silicon Valley company, symbolizes the glut of foreign money that has helped fuel a tech investing frenzy.

But replicating its feat today would be an improbable task in the current regulatory climate, analysts and legal experts say.

Source: Cashing out in Uber’s IPO: China, Russia and the Middle East – Reuters

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