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Tiger Global, which sharply cut its holdings in Amazon, Apple and JD.com, has been among the top investors in Indian e-commerce.

It has invested $1.25 billion in 101 Indian e-commerce firms, pumping in $333 million in Flipkart and over $100 million in Ola.

The fund has managed to make only seven exits, worth $473 million. In 2016, Tiger has gone slow on investments in India.

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First Published: Thu, May 19 2016. 00:23 IST
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