Ep.37 - From Jakarta to Hong Kong: Unpacking J&T Express's IPO
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On today's NewsCast, Adrian Li and Leighton Cosseboom from AC Ventures analyze J&T Express's scaled-back IPO. Amid a sluggish period for Hong Kong's IPO market—currently at a two-decade low—J&T adjusted its expected IPO from an initial US$1 billion to US$500 million due to market uncertainties and diminished investor appetite linked to China's recent performance.

The episode also touches on how J&T's association with key e-commerce platforms like Shopee and Tokopedia, and tech giants such as Pinduoduo and TikTok, may influence its strategy regarding Indonesia's shifting online transaction laws. The conversation explores J&T's response to these regulations and its potential valuation strategies.

Tune in for a clear understanding of J&T's current market position and strategic outlook in the rapidly evolving Southeast Asian logistics and technology landscape. This discussion is valuable for those looking to understand the dynamics shaping Asia's tech IPO market.

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