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Hyundai and Kia mobilise $300m Ola investment
Hyundai and Kia Motors have committed a combined $300m in funding to Ola as part of a strategic partnership that will drive an expansion of the latter’s electric vehicle fleet.
Royole flexes $1bn funding muscles
Flexible display manufacturer Royole is seeking $1bn in funding as it prepares for an initial public offering that could provide an exit to Yuexiu Group.
Mswipe collects series E funding
The Ola-backed point-of-sale technology developer has received a further $31.5m from some of its existing investors, according to regulatory filings.
Byju's takes more Tencent funding
Existing investors Tencent and General Atlantic have supplied up to $11.4m of additional funding for Byju's, which was valued at at least $3.6bn as of December.
Cloudflare fires up $150m series E round
CDN technology provider Cloudflare has now raised more than $330m altogether, from investors including CapitalG, Baidu, Microsoft and Qualcomm Ventures.
Big Deal: Vision Fund makes billion-dollar Grab
SoftBank Vision Fund invested $1.46bn to take Grab's series H round, already backed by Toyota, Hyundai, Kia, Booking Holdings, Central Group, Yamaha, Ping An, Microsoft, Tokyo Century and KBank, to $4.5bn.
Delhivery carries off $395m in series F round
SoftBank Vision Fund invested $350m in Delhivery at a $1.6bn valuation as part of a $395m round, and it now owns a 23.4% stake in the logistics services provider.
Zomato gets $50m boost from Delivery Hero
Delivery Hero has confirmed a $50m investment in the food listings and ordering platform as part of a $105m second tranche of a round that now totals $315m.
Go-Jek accepts $100m from Astra
Astra International has committed $100m in series F capital to Go-Jek as part of an agreement to integrate the corporate’s fleet management system into Go-Jek’s vehicles.
Grofers bags $60m
The funding was led by SoftBank Vision Fund, valuing Grofers at $425m, and provided as part of a larger round expected to close at between $120m and $140m.

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