The IPO of Grab was announced last week, an app born in Singapore and present in Southeast Asia – Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Indonesia and Myanmar – that does a lot of things. Namely: it brings you food at home (like Just Eat), shopping and packages (like Glovo), allows you to book taxis, shared taxis and even minibuses to go from one place to another (like Uber and Cabify), pay in stores (like your bank) and send money to your contacts (like Bizum). Grab also offers travel insurance and a range of financial products, business loans and investment services to consumers through its subsidiary Grab Financial Group.
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