The SoftBank-backed car sharing app developer has filed to go public and is following the lead of peers by diversifying its mobility offering.

SoCar, the South Korea-based car sharing platform provider backed by internet and telecommunications group SoftBank, has filed to float on the Korea Exchange, as more transport technology providers diverify into other forms of mobility. Founded in 2011, SoCar provides an on-demand service that allows users to find and use vehicles, paying only for the time…

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