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Indian foodtech Zomato ends premium service in Indonesia

About 100,000 bars and restaurants have closed in the country

Zomato recently raised $62 million from Singapore state investment arm Temasek Holdings at a valuation of $3.25 billion.   © Reuters

JAKARTA -- Indian foodtech unicorn Zomato has ceased operation of its premium service in Indonesia, the company announced on Twitter.

With the winding up of its Zomato Pro service, premium users can no longer enjoy the benefit of exclusive offers from restaurants, cafes, and bars. However, they will be able to access the free Zomato search on its app.

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