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Gojek奖励金减少 司机回流

  Gojek今年全面进军本地市场与Grab“抢滩”,不少司机受其积分奖励制度吸引,纷纷加入。不过有私召车司机指出,随着它近期给予的奖励金有所减少,导致不少司机“回流”,重投Grab的怀抱。

Grab launches pet-friendly transport service GrabPet in beta

PET owners can now book a Grab ride on-demand with their animal companions on board, using the new GrabPet service launched in beta on Wednesday.

Gojek fields bank pitches amid US$3b funding drive

SINGAPORE - Gojek, Indonesia's most valuable start-up, is choosing an adviser to help with fundraising as it expands rapidly in the competitive South-east Asian ride-hailing industry, people with...

Ascendas Reit accepts letter of offer from JTC for site of Grab's new HQ

ASCENDAS Real Estate Investment Trust (Reit) has accepted a letter of offer from its controlling unitholder JTC Corp for a 30-year leasehold interest for land at one-north that will be developed into...

S.E.A.View: On the road, algorithms aren't everything

One night in Yangon, as I bid goodbye to my friend and his wife after dinner, they widened their eyes in horror when I tried to wave down a passing cab. No, we will get you a Grab taxi, they...

东南亚金融科技业增长快速 Grab和GOJEK料成龙头老大

  美国创投研究机构CB Insights的报告指出,东南亚过去一年来的投资活动非常活跃。数据显示,去年共有68项注资活动,比前一年的54项多。

Gojek raises over US$1 billion as ride-hailing giants beef up their portfolios

THE battle of the ride-hailing giants is maturing from pure price war into a multi-layered fight, say industry watchers, following Gojek's latest fundraising of over US$1 billion.

UOB, Grab kick-start partnership with digital initiatives, customer benefits

RIDE-HAILING giant Grab will now offer UOB Cards privileges directly on its mobile app. This is the first in a series of digital initiatives that UOB and Grab will bring to market this year, as part...

Ascendas Reit Q3 DPU up 0.7%

ASCENDAS Reit on Wednesday posted a 0.7 per cent increase in distribution per unit (DPU) to 3.998 Singapore cents for the third quarter ended Dec 31, 2018, from 3.970 Singapore cents a year ago...

LTA looking at level playing field for ride-hailing and taxi market

RIDE-HAILING players in Singapore may soon find themselves regulated as transport companies rather than tech upstarts under new proposals by the Land Transport Authority (LTA).