Investors including SBI and Sugi chipped in to help Inagora, the operator of cross-border e-commerce marketplace Wandou, raise $48.4m.

Japan-based e-commerce services provider Inagora Holdings has received ¥5.3bn ($48.4m) from backers including medical product manufacturer Sugi Holdings and financial services firm SBI Holdings. XJ Holding, the cross-border investment subsidiary of Chinese-state owned investment firm Citic Group, also took part in the round. Founded in 2014, Inagora manages a business-to-business-to-customer platform called Wandou that supplies…

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