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Yao Capital Aims To Raise $250M To Invest In Overseas Sports Assets

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 30 / 17

Yao Capital, the Chinese private equity firm co-founded by former NBA player Yao Ming, said that it aims to raise $250M "for its first U.S. dollar fund that will invest in overseas sports assets with relevance to the Chinese market," according to Julie Zhu of REUTERS. Yao Capital co-Founder & CE...

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