For startups, growing enough to become a public company through an IPO (initial public offering) is an important goal, reported Saigon Economic Times This can help them raise funds to make a breakthrough and become a unicorn with capitalization value of $1 billion or higher. For startups, growing enough to become a public company through an IPO (initial public offering) is an important goal. Under current regulations, businesses must make a profit in the last two years to be eligible to list shares. translated by Mai Lan Capital inflows to Southeast Asian startups up 91 percent despite outbreak Southeast Asian startups, especially e-commerce and fintech companies, have witnessed a significant increase in investment between April and June. Vietnamese startups bag millions of US dollars despite COVID-19 pandemic A slew of Vietnamese startups managed to secure millions of US dollars even in the midst of the rapidly escalating COVID-19 pandemic.
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