The fresh produce delivery platform could hand exits to Lenovo and Tencent in a US offering with a reported target of up to $1bn.

MissFresh, a China-based online grocer backed by electronics manufacturer Lenovo and internet company Tencent, filed on Tuesday for an initial public offering on the Nasdaq Stock Market. The company has a $100m placeholder target for the offering but is looking to raise between $500m and $1bn, according to an IPO Zaozhidao report in April this…

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