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Grab calls watchdog's definition of market 'too narrow'

Grab calls watchdog's definition of market 'too narrow'

It says there is 'intense competition' between street-hail taxis and private-hire car drivers.

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Experts want more clearly defined rules but welcome CCCS move

Experts want more clearly defined rules but welcome CCCS move

Grab was fined about $6.4 million while Uber was fined about $6.58 million by the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore.

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S$13m fines for Grab, Uber, and a market share debate

S$13m fines for Grab, Uber, and a market share debate

The competition panel said it will suspend all restrictions on Grab if a new player can capture at least 30 per cent of the Singapore ride-hailing market.

CCCS issues Guidance Note for Airline Alliance Agreements

This Update provides a summary of the Guidance Note and highlights the differences from the draft guidance note.

SIA, pilots in deadlock over pay, work conditions

SIA, pilots in deadlock over pay, work conditions

Dispute heads to Industrial Arbitration Court and case may be heard by end of next month.

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Malaysia, Singapore ink agreement to defer high-speed rail project for 2 years; KL to pay S$15m for suspending work

Malaysia, Singapore ink agreement to defer high-speed rail project for 2 years; KL to pay S$15m for suspending work

Both sides have also committed to resume work on the project by the end of May 2020, failing which it will be deemed to be terminated.

Driver who had stroke found liable in accident

Driver who had stroke found liable in accident

Judge rules that driver, who has since died, did not wholly lose control of vehicle.

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Couple seriously injured in AYE reverse-driving accident get $530,000

Couple seriously injured in AYE reverse-driving accident get $530,000

They suffered serious injuries in crash that left 1 dead after man drove against traffic.

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