GrabTaxi seeks to dominate Asia with a local approach unlike Uber


GrabTaxi is often compared to popular car-for-hire service Uber. However, one key difference is that Uber was born in the US and in turn adopts a very Western approach, whereas GrabTaxi faces a whole different set of problems in Asia, particularly Southeast Asia where it currently operates in. GrabTaxi is essentially a taxi-booking app which works with the existing taxi ecosystem in Malaysia (where it’s known as MyTeksi), the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore. Recently it stepped even further into Uber territory by launching a “limo service” known as GrabCar. The service first arrived in Malaysia and rapidly expanded to...

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