People wait for the start of ride-hailing company Grab's fifth anniversary news conference in Singapore. Photo: Reuters People wait for the start of ride-hailing company Grab's fifth anniversary news conference in Singapore. Photo: Reuters
People wait for the start of ride-hailing company Grab's fifth anniversary news conference in Singapore. Photo: Reuters
Didi Chuxing

Ride-sharing service Grab expects US$2.5 billion funding injection as it prepares to go head-to-head with Uber

Chinese peer Didi Chuxing and Japan’s SoftBank Group, both of which are existing investors, will contribute up to US$2 billion to lead the current financing round

Topic |   Didi Chuxing
People wait for the start of ride-hailing company Grab's fifth anniversary news conference in Singapore. Photo: Reuters People wait for the start of ride-hailing company Grab's fifth anniversary news conference in Singapore. Photo: Reuters
People wait for the start of ride-hailing company Grab's fifth anniversary news conference in Singapore. Photo: Reuters
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