Uber Eats might be winning the food delivery race. On Wednesday (Aug. 4), the company revealed in a presentation shared with analysts that its delivery business totaled $52 billion in annualized gross merchandise value (GMV) in the second quarter of 2021, which was split about evenly between bookings from the United States and Canada and bookings from the rest of the world, and was higher than any of the company’s global competitors.

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Meanwhile, competitor Just Eat Takeaway.com announced when it reported its Q2 results that the company’s gross transaction volume (GTV) for the full year 2021 is expected to be between $33 and $36 billion. Per Uber’s presentation, it is estimated that Delivery Hero, which has not yet reported its Q2 results, will bring in $39 billion in GMV, and that DoorDash, which has also not yet reported, will also generate $39…

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