Uber Technologies Inc. on Thursday disclosed an investigation into allegations of improper payments made in Indonesia and potentially three other countries.
The ride-sharing company said in a regulatory filing that it received requests from the Justice Department in 2017 about an investigation into allegations of payments to police in Indonesia and potential improper payments in other countries, including Malaysia, China and India.
Details of the investigation were disclosed in documents that declared the company’s intention to go public. An Uber spokesman declined to comment beyond the regulatory document.
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