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1. Carousell launches new app for buying-selling cars

Carousell Motors was born out of Carousell’s acquisition of Caarly, a startup that connects customers with used car dealerships. The Carousell Motors app sports more detailed product listings than Carousell, which usually features a product and seller name, a photo, and a price.

Carousell Motors was built by Caarly’s team, which transitioned into Carousell Motors.

The new app will let buyers search specifics like make and model, specific dealers, financing options, and car depreciation. Car seekers can also compare different car listings and use chat to get in touch with dealerships directly.

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2.  SK Planet and Samsung enter an ecommerce partnership in Southeast Asia

The MoU, signed in Singapore, aims to promote Samsung’s brand presence and provide increased convenience and access to the Korean company’s products in Southeast Asia through 11street Malaysia, 11street Thailand and Elevenia in Indonesia.

The Samsung Shop-in-Shop page enables consumers to search, browse and purchase Samsung products easily, as well as gain access to exclusive online-only products and presale offerings.

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3. Malaysia’s Delivereat secures funding from Gobi Partners to expand to new cities

The startup scored US$450,000 in pre-series A funding from the Gobi MAVCAP ASEAN SuperSeed Fund, Gobi’s collaboration with Malaysia Venture Capital Management Berhad.

With the funding, it plans to expand to other cities in Malaysia and increase its marketing efforts toward merchants to boost sales. Delivereat doesn’t offer a new business model, and still faces competition from Food Panda, recently sold to Delivery Hero. However, the funding derived from the team’s ability to execute.

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