Xpeng Motors, a Guangzhou, China-based maker of connected automobiles, closed its US$400m Series C funding round.
Akeso, Inc., a Zhongshan, China-based biopharmaceutical company focusing on new innovative antibody drug discovery and development in oncology and immunology therapeutic areas, completed its Series-D private financing for nearly US$150m.
Casstime, a Shenzhen, China-based automotive aftermarket company, closed an USD$80M Series C1 funding round.
Cloopen, a Chinese intelligent cloud communications service provider, raised hundreds of millions of RMB in D Series financing.
dMed Biopharmaceutical Co., Ltd., a Shangai, China-based full service Clinical Contract Research Organization (CRO), completed a nearly US$50m Series B financing.
XTransfer, a Shangai-based provider of cross-border financial services for China based foreign trade enterprises, completed a $15m Series B-1 financing.
Unilever, the transnational consumer goods company co-headquartered in London, United Kingdom, and Rotterdam, Netherlands, recently made two acquisitions.
DeepRoute, a Shenzen, China-based L4 full stack self-driving system provider, raised approx. $50m in funding.
The People’s Bank of China has approved PayPal Information Technologies Co., Ltd.’s acquisition of a 70% equity interest in Guofubao Information Technology Co. (GoPay), Ltd., a holder of a payment business license in the country.
A wholly-owned subsidiary of 9F Inc. (NASDAQ: JFU), a digital financial account platform integrating and personalizing financial services in China, acquired a strategic stake in Hubei Consumer Finance Company, a licensed consumer finance company headquartered in Wuhan, Hubei Province.
Travel Easy, a German service platform for cross-border shopping, raised $20m in funding.
Planet O Ltd., a Shangai, China-based tech-driven, mixed-reality entertainment hub, raised ¥ 21.5 million CNY (approximately $ 3.2m) in seed funding.
SandStar (formerly known as YI Tunnel), a Beijing, China-based AI startup which is exploring the edge of new retail, secured a Series B funding round.
58.com Inc. (NYSE: WUBA), China’s largest online market place for classifieds, received a US$300m Series B financing round for its consolidated subsidiary Zhuan Zhuan, an online used goods trading platform.
Sky9 Capital, a Beijing, China-based early-stage venture capital firm that invests in Chinese technology startups, closed a new set of funds with $440m in capital commitments.