We abided by the rules, why impose RM86.7mil fine? says Grab


PETALING JAYA: E-hailing company Grab is taken aback by MyCC’s proposed RM86.7mil fine against it, insisting that it has complied with competition laws.

“We are surprised,” the Singapore-based company said via a statement yesterday.

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