The car-hailing service Uber Technologies and Alphabet Holding invested $335 million in the bicycle and scooter rental service Lime. Lime says that Uber will become a strategic partner of Lime. The Uber brand will appear on Lime electric scooters, and they will be available through the Uber application. Based on this round of investment, which was headed by the GV Venture Fund and other investors, the Lime estimate is 1 billion 100 million dollars, Bloomberg reports. The last round of financing was also attended by current Lime investors, including Andreesen Horowitz and Singapore GIC.
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