Cash Splash: How Sea Became Southeast Asia’s Biggest Public Company (Nikkei Asia)

At a valuation of $120 billion, Sea has become Southeast Asia’s largest public company, as the e-commerce powerhouse rides the wave of digital shopping accelerated by the pandemic.
Now, this rapid growth has its rivals, including Gojek, Grab and Tokopedia, weighing up their options to fight back against the Singaporean giant’s onslaught, including potential mergers. READ MORE (GOOGLE CACHE)

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