Mar 17, 2020

​China to pump $7.8 billion into startup VC fund | ZDNet

The Chinese government is set to pour 40 billion yuan, or AU$7.8 billion, into a venture capital fund aimed at supporting startups in emerging industries and fostering innovation in the private sector.

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