Coupang is reportedly looking to achieve a $50bn market cap following a planned listing that would offer an exit to both SoftBank and its Vision Fund.
South Korea-based e-commerce company Coupang filed for a $1bn initial public offering on Friday that would provide exits to telecommunications group SoftBank and to its Vision Fund. The company has not yet set a price range or declared how many shares it intends to issue. People familiar with the matter told the Financial Times that…
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