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  Business   Companies  25 Mar 2019  Uber could announce USD 3 bn deal with Careem early this week: sources

Uber could announce USD 3 bn deal with Careem early this week: sources

REUTERS
Published : Mar 25, 2019, 8:36 am IST
Updated : Mar 25, 2019, 8:36 am IST

Uber will pay USD 1.4 billion in cash and USD 1.7 billion in convertible notes.

Uber has been preparing for an initial public offering, and its bankers have indicated that it could be valued at as much as USD 120 billion.
 Uber has been preparing for an initial public offering, and its bankers have indicated that it could be valued at as much as USD 120 billion.

Uber Technologies Inc is set to offer over USD 3 billion to buy Dubai-based rival Careem Networks FZ, two sources familiar with the deal told Reuters.

Uber’s offer could be unveiled during the early part of this week, a third source added.

Uber will pay USD 1.4 billion in cash and USD 1.7 billion in convertible notes, which will be convertible into Uber shares at a price equal to USD 55 per share, Bloomberg had earlier reported, citing a term-sheet.

Careem declined comment while Uber did not immediately respond to a request from Reuters to comment.

Uber has been preparing for an initial public offering, and its bankers have indicated that it could be valued at as much as USD 120 billion.

The US-based global logistics and transportation company has been seeking new avenues of growth even as it faces severe competition in its core business of ride hailing from rivals like Lyft Inc.

The IPOs of Lyft and Uber represent a watershed for Silicon Valley’s technology unicorns, which for years have snubbed the stock market in favor of raising capital privately, with investors happy to back their frothy valuations.

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