Uber generated INR 44,600 Cr in economic value in India in 2021

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Uber India generated an estimated INR 44,600 Cr in ‘economic value’ for the country in 2021, according to a report commissioned by the ride-hailing giant.

“By 2021, Uber will have added an estimated INR 44,600 Cr to the Indian economy.” This includes the impact of driver-partner earnings as well as the wider indirect and induced multiplier effect created throughout the company’s wider supply chain,” the cab aggregator stated in the report. The study, titled Uber’s 2021 Economic Impact Report, was created by the UK-based research and public relations firm Public First. The total economic impact was calculated using the earnings of drivers as well as the wider indirect and induced multiplier effect created throughout the company’s supply chain. These parameters were then fed into the modelling framework, which produced the results.

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Uber generated INR 44,600 Cr in economic value in India in 2021

Uber India generated an estimated INR 44,600 Cr in ‘economic value’ for the country in 2021, according to a report commissioned by the ride-hailing giant.

“By 2021, Uber will have added an estimated INR 44,600 Cr to the Indian economy.” This includes the impact of driver-partner earnings as well as the wider indirect and induced multiplier effect created throughout the company’s wider supply chain,” the cab aggregator stated in the report. The study, titled Uber’s 2021 Economic Impact Report, was created by the UK-based research and public relations firm Public First. The total economic impact was calculated using the earnings of drivers as well as the wider indirect and induced multiplier effect created throughout the company’s supply chain. These parameters were then fed into the modelling framework, which produced the results.

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