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REUTERS/Abhishek N. Chinnappa/File Photo More By Sankalp Phartiyal MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's top e-commerce firm Flipkart has raised $1.4 billion in its biggest fundraising to date as it takes on U.S. tech giant Amazon.com Inc for a larger share of the country's burgeoning online retail market. Chinese social media and entertainment firm Tencent Holdings Ltd, the world's biggest software company Microsoft Corp and online marketplace eBay Inc participated in the funding round, Flipkart said in a statement on Monday, which will value the Indian company at $11.6 billion. That is lower than the $15 billion valuation achieved at its last fundraising in 2015, reflecting how competition has intensified in the e-commerce sector as companies vie for a slice of the world's fastest-growing internet services market. Amazon last year said it would invest over $5 billion in India, and has recently expanded into online video and grocery shopping, seeking to expand aggressively in a country where a rising middle class is increasingly shopping online. The fundraising also comes amid speculation Flipkart may be interested in a takeover of smaller rival Snapdeal. Local media have reported SoftBank Group is keen to sell its stake in Snapdeal in exchange for a stake in Flipkart. "We are delighted that Tencent, eBay and Microsoft - all innovation powerhouses - have chosen to partner with us on their India journey," Flipkart's founders Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal said in a statement. "This deal reaffirms our resolve to hasten the transformation of commerce in India through technology." As part of the fundraising, eBay invested $500 million in Flipkart for a stake, according to a separate statement by both companies. In exchange, eBay will merge its India operations with Flipkart.
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Both firms are said to be suspending sales or discontinuing several crisp brands after Japan suffered its worst potato harvest in at least 34 years. Typhoons and floods in Hokkaido, its main potato-growing region, last year caused a shortage of the vegetable. Calbee looked to cover the shortfall by increasing US potato imports, but that proved insufficient to meet demand. According to local media reports, including The Japan Times and The Manichi , Calbee and Koike-Ya are halting shipments of 49 potato crisp products. Image copyright Calbee Calbee, which owns more than half of Japan's snack food market, saw shares fell by more than 1% to a two-month low on Tuesday. Koike-ya, which is Japan's second-largest snack maker, saw shares tumble by 3.5% on Tuesday. Both companies declined to comment whether there would be an impact on their upcoming earnings. Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Japan's northernmost island of Hokkaido produces 80% of the country's potatoes Retail potato prices have been rising nearly 20% every month since last October, according to Japan's Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. The higher prices are being felt ข่าวด่วน มติชน 22 กรกฎาคม 2559 in Tokyo, where 1kg of potatoes now costs 402 yen (2.95; $3.60), compared with 336 yen in the same month a year ago, Reuters news agency said. The agriculture ministry has been keeping records of harvests since 1983.