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Grab's not yet profitable, but investors may give it 'leeway' to inves...
Grab's not yet profitable, but investors may give it 'leeway' to invest in new growth areas, analysts say - CNBC
Grab is set to go public through a SPAC merger with Altimeter Growth Corp., in a deal that values the ride-hailing company at $39.6 billion.
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