Latest information on the latest epidemic situation Li Xianlong: COVID-19 will have a “significant” impact on Singapore’s economy.According to local media reports, Singapore ’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Friday (February 14) that the regional economy is now more closely linked than when SARS broke out 17 years ago, and the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic will affect Singapore in the coming quarters.The economy has a major impact.It is reported that as to whether Singapore must accept temperature screening and other measures as the new normal, Lee Hsien Loong said how long the measures will take depends on the development of the epidemic situation in Singapore and the rest of the world.Indian medical data analysis company Innovaccer completes $ 70 million in Series C financing.According to Inc42, investors in this round of financing include Steadview, Tiger Global, Mubadala, and Microsoft’s venture fund M12.It is reported that Innovaccer plans to use the latest funds to enhance its data activation platform.GGV Capital led the Indian online education platform Vedantu to complete a $ 24 million Series C + round of financing.According to Techcrunch, this round of financing has increased the amount of Series C funding to $ 66 million.It is reported that Tiger Global led a $ 42 million Series C financing in Vedantu last August.To date, Vedantu has raised more than $ 80 million in total.Founded in 2011, Vedantu is an Indian online education platform that provides student users with online one-on-one teaching.The company hopes to use the funds raised for technology and content research and development.Seven months after its establishment, Indian social e-commerce platform Simsim has raised $ 16 million.According to Techcrunch, Simsim raised $ 16 million from seed, Series A, and Series B rounds, and the last round of Series B rounds raised $ 8 million.The investors are Shunwei Capital, Accel Partners and Good Capital.Indian computer shipments hit a six-year high in 2019.According to ET Tech, according to data released by IDC, India achieved shipments of 11 million units in 2019, a year-on-year increase of more than 18%.It is reported that the main reason for the increase in shipments is the government-led education program and the upgrade of Windows 10.Gojek in Southeast Asia announced the third batch of members of its accelerator program Gojek Xcelerate.According to Tech in Asia, Gojek has selected nine retail startups in the fast moving consumer goods sector as its third batch of members.It is reported that Gojek Xcelerate focused on the vertical field of machine learning in the first issue, while the second issue focused on technology startups founded by women.B Capital’s second fund reached its $ 750 million target.According to DealStreetAsia, Singapore- and US-based venture capital agency B Capital recently announced that its second fund has reached its $ 750 million funding goal.It is reported that in early April 2019, the company ended the first round of fundraising for the fund and raised a total of $ 460 million.East Ventures leads Indonesian startup Greenly to complete seed round financing.Foreign media news, Indonesian restaurant retail startup Greenly has recently received a seed round of financing, the amount has not been announced.In addition to leading investor East Ventures, several angel investors also participated in this round of financing.The company plans to use the new funds for product innovation, technology development, and to expand its network locally and in other cities.Kaszek Ventures, one of the largest investment funds in Latin America and Latin America, participated in a $ 8 million financing from Brazilian real estate technology company Docket.According to Contxto, investors involved in this round of financing include Brazilian venture capital Canary, ONEVC, a seed round venture capital company based in Silicon Valley and Brazil, and Valor Capital, an investment group focused on the US and Brazil markets.It is reported that as of now, the company has raised a total of US $ 8.5 million.Middle East Jordan Fintech company Liwwa completes $ 6 million fundraising.According to Menabytes, the investment was led by the Dutch Enterprise Development Bank FMO, with 500 Startups, Edgo VC, EFG-EV and Wamda Capital participating.In addition, Liwwa’s existing investors Bank al Etihad, DASH Ventures and Silicon Badia also participated in this round of financing.According to the statement, Liuwa also raised $ 15 million in debt financing.Liwwa was founded in 2013 to provide loans to small businesses in Jordan and Egypt for approximately $ 100,000.Other Korea Lotte Shopping plans to close 30% of its stores.According to the Yonhap News Agency, Lotte Shopping, a subsidiary of the Lotte Group of Korea, announced its annual operating plan on the 13th and decided to carry out the first large-scale reorganization since the establishment of the company. In the next 3 to 5 years, 30% (more than 200) of loss-making supermarkets and stores will be closed.In December last year, Lotte Shopping merged its department stores, supermarkets, e-commerce, and LOHB’s drugstores into one legal entity, and transformed its subsidiaries into departments to operate various businesses. It was co-ordinated by Jiang Xitai, president of the distribution BU of Lotte Group.(Sina Finance) Russia plans to build a supercomputer network.According to reports, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that Russia plans to soon install multiple new supercomputers throughout Russia to improve the status quo of backward development of Russian supercomputers.Putin said during a recent visit to the Cherepov Institute of Chemical Technology that Russia plans to expand the size of a high-tech network consisting of supercomputers and data centers, and that the network will no longer be limited to the capital Moscow.(Science and Technology Daily) Article | Yun 晞 @ 36 氪 出海 图 | Pixabay.

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