MBI Group ventures into e-hailing services

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  • Tuesday, 08 Aug 2017

Hailing the new app: Shermine Lim, 26, checking out the MULA app on her smartphone at the MULA Pick-up & drop-off point outside M Mall in Penang Times Square, Penang. — LIM BENG TATT/The Star

GEORGE TOWN: The controversial MBI Group which was red-flagged by Bank Negara has now ventured into e-hailing services.

Dubbed MULA Car, some 150 mini multi-purpose vehicles and 25 vans have been plying Penang streets since the ride booking app was launched in March.

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