Grab has applied to Singapore's competition watchdog to impose a platform fee - a move that will put it in line with other ride-hailing firms around the world, which are already charging fees of S$0.70 to over US$2 per ride. The proposal is undergoing public consultation, after having its hands tied by competition requirements following its merger with Uber in 2018.
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Grab has applied to Singapore's competition watchdog to impose a platform fee - a move that will put it in line with other ride-hailing firms around the world, which are already charging fees of S$0.70 to over US$2 per ride. The proposal is undergoing public consultation, after having its hands tied by competition requirements following its merger with Uber in 2018.
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