Chinese electric car startup Aiways, whose backers include Tencent, Siemens and Robert Bosch, is looking to raise a new round of funding at a valuation of more than $2 billion, Bloomberg reported. Potential investors that could participate in the round include Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing, according to Bloomberg. The Shanghai-based startup’s latest fundraising plans come after last...
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