Anthony Tan, co-founder and chief executive officer of Grave, poses for a photographer in Singapore, on Monday, July 9, 2018.
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Southeast Asian Ride-hailing company said Monday it will invest $ 2 billion into Indonesia over the next five years using funds from SoftBank Group.
The investment wants to be speeding up the development of Indonesia's digital infrastructure. This includes building a next-generation transportation network around local electric vehicles and improving the way important services.
"Indonesia's technology sector has huge potential," Masayoshi Son, chairman and CEO of SoftBank, said in a statement.
Singapore-based Tomb said it will build a second headquarters in Jakarta, Indonesia.
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It started out with ride-hailing, but over time, Grave's other services including food and grocery delivery , mobile payment, and micro-lending to the unbanked or underbanked in Southeast Asia.
Grave executives have spoken about the importance of the Indonesian market to the company. The ride-hailing giant said on Monday it has invested over $ 1 billion in the country since 2017.
SoftBank and Grab did not immediately respond to CNBC's requests for comments.