Japanese marketplace app Mercari launches $1.1 billion IPO

TOKYO (Reuters) – Flea market app operator Mercari Inc has received approval for an initial public offering in Tokyo that will raise up to $1.1 billion, a regulatory filing showed on Monday, giving investors a rare chance to buy into a Japanese unicorn …
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