Japanese start-up Mercari’s IPO to mint a new billionaire

Japanese online marketplace Mercari priced its initial public offering at the top of the range to sell ¥130.5 billion (Dh4.4bn) worth of shares, a valuation that’s set to make its 40-year-old founder a billionaire. The firm plans to sell 43.5 million …
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