Amazon in talks again with for a $650 million acquistion

Amazon in talks with again for $650 Million acquisition

After walking away from the billion-dollar deal to acquire earlier this year, it is now reported that Amazon is has resumed talks with for a possible acquisition of the Middle Eastern ecommerce giant in $650 million.

If the deal goes through, it would be a devaluation for which was reportedly valued at $1 billion in its last round of investment that it had raised last year. The $275 million round of investment had made the first unicorn of the region. Even right now, Careem is the only other company from the region to have the unicorn status.

As of now, Amazon is the only company in talks with as other interested bidders including Indian ecommerce company Flipkart and Majjid Al-Futtaim had also backed out earlier this year. currently has presence in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait & Egypt selling more than 1.5 million products in these countries. The company ships products to Bahrain, Oman & Qatar without having any presence their in terms of operations. It has recently launched an online global bookstore as well with more than 6 million titles.

The reports of this new round of talks have not been confirmed by both & Amazon.

Featured image via Aim Group.

Zubair Naeem Paracha
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