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Grab is trying to accelerate its path to profitability, CFO Peter Oey says in an interview with Taylor Riggs on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close." Grab reported a better-than-expected 79% revenue increase, buoyed by resilient demand from consumers who continued to hail rides and order food despite rising inflation.