Indonesia’s Go-Jek could launch ride-hailing service in Singapore to challenge Grab

By Zen Soo
  • TECH
  • Thursday, 04 Oct 2018


Indonesian ride-hailing firm Go-Jek could launch its services in Singapore as soon as this month, as the company picks up speed in its regional expansion initiative to challenge Singapore-based rival Grab.

An expansion to Singapore would make the city state Go-Jek’s second international market, after it introduced services in Vietnam with local partner Go-Viet in September. The news was first reported by technology news site TechCrunch, without citing a source.

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