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Friday Flashback: After Indonesia, Oyo Eyes the Philippine Market Know what happened in the APAC region over the past week

By Nidhi Singh

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Here's a new series on the big developments that took place in the APAC region over the past week.

  1. Apple was infected by a new bug that allowed iPhone owners to hear audio from users who had not accepted their Facetime video call. It was immediately disabled after complaints were made.
  2. After investing $100 million in Indonesia, the Indian hospitality chain OYO has launched operations in the Philippines to boost its presence in Southeast Asia.
  3. Chinese ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing may cut 25 percent of the staff across product technology, ride-hailing and other teams. The company has been registering worse than expected losses owing to safety concerns.
Nidhi Singh

Former Correspondent, Entrepreneur Asia-Pacific

A self confessed Bollywood Lover, Travel junkie and Food Evangelist.I like travelling and I believe it is very important to take ones mind off the daily monotony .

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