A GrabBike driver in Indonesia in 2018. Grab is set to become the most valuable publicly listed technology company from Southeast Asia following a blockbuster merger with a special purpose acquisition company. Photo: AP A GrabBike driver in Indonesia in 2018. Grab is set to become the most valuable publicly listed technology company from Southeast Asia following a blockbuster merger with a special purpose acquisition company. Photo: AP
A GrabBike driver in Indonesia in 2018. Grab is set to become the most valuable publicly listed technology company from Southeast Asia following a blockbuster merger with a special purpose acquisition company. Photo: AP

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Why is Singapore’s Grab different from ride-hailing giants Uber, Lyft and Didi?

  • Singapore’s ride-hailing and food delivery giant is expected to be the biggest listing ever by a Southeast Asian tech firm
  • Grab’s net cash used in operating activities, or cash burn, has shrunk since 2018

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A GrabBike driver in Indonesia in 2018. Grab is set to become the most valuable publicly listed technology company from Southeast Asia following a blockbuster merger with a special purpose acquisition company. Photo: AP A GrabBike driver in Indonesia in 2018. Grab is set to become the most valuable publicly listed technology company from Southeast Asia following a blockbuster merger with a special purpose acquisition company. Photo: AP
A GrabBike driver in Indonesia in 2018. Grab is set to become the most valuable publicly listed technology company from Southeast Asia following a blockbuster merger with a special purpose acquisition company. Photo: AP
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