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Grab, ComfortDelGro buying Hyundai EVs as charging network grows

THE Singapore transport scene is abuzz with taxi and private-hire car operators investing more in Electric Vehicles (EVs), while carmakers respond to the growing interest.

Grab adds 200 Hyundai Kona electric cars to fleet

RIDE-hailing service Grab has bought 200 Hyundai Kona electric cars, making it one of the largest electric vehicle (EV) fleet owners in Singapore.

Tokyo Century boosts total investment in Grab to $238m

Japanese financial services company Tokyo Century has made an additional undisclosed investment in Grab, as well as a capital injection in its car rental arm Grab Rentals, taking its cumulative...

Banks partner fintechs in quest for digital dominance

THERE is a power play ahead for Singapore banks as they cosy up to fintechs that offer quicker ways to scale and deepen their reach to bankable customers.

Grab退出共享脚踏车市场 拟转攻电动踏板车服务

  Grab已决定放弃之前获颁的共享脚踏车执照,并获得陆交局的同意,今后打算专注于新推出的共享电动踏板车服务。陆交局宣布,有意提供共享个人代步工具服务的业者,可在2­月11日以前上网申请执照。

Gojek introduces dynamic pricing; move will likely attract more drivers to join says expert

Indonesian start-up Gojek has introduced dynamic pricing - where prices increase or decrease based on demand - for its ride-hailing service here.

Grab to appeal against ruling to compensate Vietnam taxi company

HANOI • A Vietnam court last Friday ordered ride-hailing app Grab to pay a cab company more than US$200,000 (S$273,000) for losses incurred due to competition - a judgment blasted by the firm as "...

步入“扫码时代” 一机在手完成各类电子交易

  从朋友间转账到企业间付款,从上网购物再到外出用餐,如今只要打开手机,扫描QR码就能完成各类的电子交易。伴随全国共用QR码“SGQR”推出和跨银行转账服务PayNow普及,新加坡社会正逐渐步入无现金“扫码时代”。

Grab to appeal against Vietnam court ruling that it pays compensation to Vinasun

RIDE-HAILING service Grab will appeal against a Vietnamese court order that it has to pay taxi operator Vietnam Sun Corp (Vinasun) 4.8 billion dong (S$282,645) in compensation over a violation in...

Safety and service quality are tops for 2019, says Grab's head of regional operations

COME next year, Grab will invest "tens of millions of dollars" into boosting its safety features, according to the firm's head of regional operations Russell Cohen.