Rocket Internet and Qatar’s Ooredoo team up to create an ecommerce empire in Asia

Rocket Internet and Qatar’s Ooredoo team up to create an ecommerce empire in Asia

Tech in Asia The two companies will join forces to create Asia Internet Holding, which will cover Pakistan, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, the Philippines, and Australia.

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