Tuesday, August 11, 2020
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How hard is it to beat Grab in Vietnam?

A horde of ride hailing players, domestic and foreign alike, are trying to chip away at Grab’s market share in Vietnam. But can they? Grab...

How much is Grab really worth

For investors, there is still huge upside potential; for management, the challenge is to realise this potential

MoBike’s other co-founder

He will probably not just stop here, but to venture into something else. Although it won’t be easy to be right in the centre of something as sensational as MoBike again.

Chinese media are overly harsh towards the MoBike founder

"An arm can’t win a wrestle against a leg, in China startups can never walk around the giants.”

[TLD Weekend] Why white is the dominant colour for cars in...

47% of the cars sold are white color in the region, for a myriad of reasons

Those young people at Uber Southeast Asia

They have discovered themselves, and they are determined not to return to banality, but to strike something great.

Alibaba is joining the (reignited) ride-hailing war in China

It is an assault on Didi, but it is also defensive in the scenario that one day Didi might venture into other areas that threaten Alibaba’s empire, or reinforce Tencent’s.

Softbank pushing Didi & Uber to merge?

Meituan's CEO made this claim through a tweet, while his company is assaulting Didi in major cities in China.

Grab finally buys Uber, as predicted. What next?

What are the implications to the market, the users, Go-Jek, and mobile payment development in the region?

Bike sharing operators in Singapore face low usage rates

Big players do not care about making money, while small fish go with Grab

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