SoftBank invests in Grab $2 minanna Saveliev | 29.07.2019
Investments will be directed on the creation in Indonesia of the transport network of the new generation and changing the way of providing mission-critical services such as health.
CEO of SoftBank Masayoshi Dream said that the Japanese conglomerate is investing $ 2 billion dollars in the Grab, although not specified, whether it is declared in March of 1.46
billions of dollars, or is it a separate attachment.
As noted in the Grab, so SoftBank will invest through the country to ensure that the digitization of essential services and infrastructure. It will also help to build a second headquarters in
Jakarta, capital of Indonesia.
At the moment Grab is estimated at $ 14 billion, and plans to raise another $6.5 billion in 2017, the company has invested in Indonesia about $1 billion and said the Indonesian market
as important for myself.
Earlier, Experian has invested in and Grab, as part of their strategic partnership, began to help
to build access to mobile systems and financial services for residents of South-East Asia who are not receiving adequate banking services.
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