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Uber India cuts 600 jobs amid coronavirus outbreak

Reuters India Tuesday, 26 May 2020
Ride hailing company Uber Technologies Inc's Indian arm will cut 600 jobs across functions, as it navigates a strict coronavirus lockdown that has brought businesses to a grinding halt, Uber India President Pradeep Parameswaran said on Tuesday.
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