Thanks for reading, Rahul! Good question. I earlier reached out to the players to get some numbers, but still waiting to hear from them (and frankly, they may never give us numbers). Grab per se said it’s too early to talk about unit economics because 1) service just launched 2) revenue & costs are fluctuating a lot during this time. In the long term, analysts expect order sizes and # of transactions to increase, which should give players a boost, but improvement in unit economics will ultimately depend on how big the numbers are. Also, with more players joining the fray (before we had just 1-3 players in each market), you’d expect competition to intensify, which should have an impact on marketing spend.