VCs in the Wild, Wild East
In 1996, Silicon Valley venture capitalists were more keen on finding another Netscape next door than in going beyond U.S. borders. That year some of them shook their heads when David Chao co-founded DCM-Doll Capital Management, a VC firm that planned to invest up to 25% of its funds in Asian technology and telecommunications markets.
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