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Could Go-Jek be coming to Malaysia soon?
Philippines rejected Go-Jek's application to launch a ride-hailing service, saying its domestic unit did not meet local ownership criteria.
The firms' similarities are striking.
Indonesian ride-hailing firm Go-Jek kicked off a trial launch in parts of Singapore on Thursday.
Grab, SEA’s first ‘decacorn’, has mopped up 25% of investments in the region’s internet economy since 2015: Google-Temasek rep...
Grab's now playing in the big leagues.
After months of speculation, Go-Jek has launched a portal for drivers to pre-register in Singapore.
Go-Jek is wasting no time as it prepares for its launch in Singapore, set for next month.
Funding by venture capital (VC) firms in Southeast Asian start-ups has risen to a record so far this year.
Grab launches grocery delivery service GrabFresh in Indonesia – Malaysia and Thailand to follow by end 2018
Grab is transforming itself into a consumer technology group. It now offers on-demand grocery delivery.
‘Why should we make foreigners rich?’: Taxi drivers are taking on Uber and Grab in Bali, and some are turning to violence
An increasing number of the millions of tourists who visit Bali each year are using ride-sharing apps like Uber, and its Southeast Asian counterparts Grab and Go-Jek, to get around the island. The apps are disrupting centuries-old Balinese traditions and culture in unexpected ways.