Global fintech investments nosedive as Chinese fundraising falls (1/11)

“The value of fintech deals worldwide during the first six months of this year declined to $22bn which is a significant decrease when compared to the $31.2bn spent during the same period a year earlier. At the same time though, the number of global deals increased by two percent to 1,561 during the first half of this year.”

Source: South China Morning Post (via Techradar)

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