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Uber to buy out Dubai rival Careem for $3.1bn
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Uber si prepara ad annunciare l’acquisizione della rivale di Dubai ‘Careem Networks FZ’. Lo riporta l’agenzia Bloomberg citando alcune fonti, secondo le quali l’operazione ha un valore di 3,1 miliardi di dollari (USD) ed è parte in contanti e parte in titoli convertibili in azioni Uber quando l’app per auto cin conducente sarà quotata.
Con l’acquisizione Uber si rafforza in vista dell’atteso sbarco in Borsa, in quelle che potrebbe essere una delle maggiori initial public offering del New York Stock Exchange. Uber potrebbe infatti essere valutata fino a 120 miliardi di dollari (USD).
Uber is preparing to announce the take over of Dubai based rivals ‘CareemNetworks FZ’. News agency Bloomberg cited sources, according to which the deal said to have a value of $3.1bn (USD), partly in cash and partly in convertible securities in Uber Shares when the app is publicly listed.
With the acquisition Uber strengthens itself in the view of the Stock Markets, in what could be one of the major IPOs on the New York Stock Exchange. Uber could indeed be valued up to $120bn (USD).
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