India ride-hailing firm Jugnoo eyes Singapore as Uber drives off


  • TECH
  • Wednesday, 25 Apr 2018

The logo of Uber is pictured during the presentation of their new security measures in Mexico City, Mexico April 10, 2018. REUTERS/Ginnette Riquelme/Files

SINGAPORE: Indian ride-hailing firm Jugnoo plans to enter the Singapore market next month, its chief executive said on April 25, joining other companies eyeing the city state as Uber Technologies prepares to leave.

Uber's app will continue to operate in Singapore until May 7, although the US company has shut down in the rest of South-East Asia after selling its regional operations to local competitor Grab.

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