Mercari chases growth overseas with $1.2 billion IPO, Japan’s biggest this year

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese flea market app operator Mercari Inc’s IPO is raising up to $1.2 billion in the nation’s biggest such share sale so far this year, as the firm seeks to replicate its domestic success overseas, especially in the money-losing U …
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