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With the megaton investments of GrabTaxi and Uber, we take an intimate look at the war raging in Vietnam's taxi market. Who are the players and how are they faring?
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Uber faces roadblocks at every turn in Asia.
Nearly five months after the initial tie-up in Singapore, today WeChat and EasyTaxi announced that its partnership is rolling out to Thailand, Malaysia, and the Philippines.
Amid opposition from taxi operators, Philippine transportation regulators are holding public consultations on how to regulate Uber operations in the country in the hope of finding a middle ground.
They will likely take effect in the second quarter of next year.
Factors such as good follow-through by the organizing committee, and experienced, hands-on mentors, can make all the difference.
TaxiMonger believes that the 1,400 or so taxi drivers who use its app will help accelerate bitcoin usage in Malaysia.
Uber has now arrived in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. That makes two cities in Vietnam, that’s a pretty fast expansion in three months.
It faces competition from Uber, GrabTaxi, and Easy Taxi. But it'll have an easier ride than the US market.
More unhappiness from the ground. Why is Uber continuing on this path?
GrabTaxi is one step closer to winning the taxi app war in Southeast Asia. Here's why it's getting there.
This brings the taxi app’s total funding in the last 12 months to US$90 million.
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