JD.com-backed mobile commerce platform Wish has filed to go public a little over a year after raising money at an $11.2bn valuation.
US-based mobile commerce platform developer Wish filed on Friday for a $1bn initial public offering that would allow e-commerce group JD.com to exit. Wish operates an app-focused e-commerce platform with some 500,000 merchants and 100 million monthly active users. It increased revenue 31.8% year on year to $1.75bn for the first nine months of 2020,…
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