"India is absolutely core market, now, in near future and next decade, Uber's success is hardcoded to India's success. We are doubling down on our investments in India like never before", Barney Harford, Chief Operating Officer 'Uber', who is on a visit to India.
'Uber' services have established their network in most of the Indian Cities, India is one of the top three markets for Uber in the world.
Recent mergers freed some resources, which would be reinvested in India across the country for people, by-products and with partnerships. Chief Operating Officer said, "there is no plan to merge 'Ola' with 'Uber' in India". He added there is no interest in doing a minority deal but we are open to discussions.