A stake of up to $100m in Gojek has reportedly been offered to secondary market buyers while a corporate is also looking to sell stock in fellow ride hailing platform Didi Chuxing.

Asia-headquartered corporate investors are looking to divest stakes in ride hailing services Didi Chuxing and Gojek, the Financial Times reported yesterday. Indonesia-based Gojek operates an on-demand ride platform as well as a range of mobile services. It had raised almost $3bn in its latest round, as of a $1.2bn investment from undisclosed backers earlier this…

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