New funds and valuation at $1.1 billion


The Carousell application is displayed on a smartphone in an arranged photograph in Singapore.

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SINGAPORE — Southeast Asia’s online classifieds business Carousell on Wednesday said it raised $100 million in fresh funds that value the company at more than a billion dollars.

South Korean private equity firm STIC Investments led the investment round.

The Singapore-based Carousell said it is now valued at $1.1 billion — which makes it Southeast Asia’s latest unicorn, a start-up worth more than a billion dollars.

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