Foreign VC funding in India declines 72% as unicorn machines stutter

Foreign money plays a crucial role in start-up funding in India

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Aryaman Gupta New Delhi

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As the so-called funding winter for India’s start-ups lingers on, the venture capital order in the country is getting upended. Foreign firms such as Tiger Global, Sequoia, SoftBank, Accel, and

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First Published: May 28 2023 | 11:18 PM IST

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