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Grab CEO takes 60% of voting rights: 5 take-aways from IPO plan

Accumulated losses reach $10bn; Singapore company raises Myanmar risk

Grab's delivery to be the biggest segment over next 3 years. (Photo by Ken Kobayashi)

SINGAPORE/JAKARTA -- Grab's plan for a U.S. listing has revealed some of the Singapore tech unicorn's key information, from its ownership structure to financials to valuations. It also has some implications for Southeast Asian rivals like Indonesia's Gojek as they prepare for future listings.

Here are five take-aways from the much-anticipated IPO plan.

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