Walmart is set to invest $50m in the fresh fruit and vegetables suppy chain operator, joining the likes of Qualcomm, Syngenta and Doosan among its investors.

Retail group Walmart is set to invest almost $50m Ninjacart, an India-based fresh produce marketplace backed by several corporates, the Economic Times reported on Friday. Two sources familiar with the deal told ET the investment will be spread over several tranches, with the first $10m portion to be provided in the next few weeks. Walmart…

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