The corporate divested about 10% of its shares in the NYSE-listed online marketplace having already sold almost $1.7bn in shares six months ago.

Telecommunications and internet conglomerate SoftBank has divested $1bn of shares in South Korea-based, New York-listed e-commerce group Coupang, according to a securities filing on Friday. SoftBank Investment Advisers, the subsidiary that manages SoftBank’s Vision Funds, sold 50 million shares in the company for $20.87 apiece, leaving the firm with approximately 461 million. The news came…

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Edison Fu

Edison Fu is a reporter and Asia liaison at Global Corporate Venturing.