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Uber cuts 600 jobs in India as lockdown hits business

Reuters India Tuesday, 26 May 2020
Uber Technologies Inc will cut around 600 jobs in India as part of its plans to cut 23% of its global workforce, as the company navigates a lockdown that has brought businesses in the country to a grinding halt.
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