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How Frequently Do Filipino Commuters Use Ride-Hailing Apps?

Survey shows that transport network vehicle services have become a public necessity

byPauline Macaraeg |

Grab Says Average Fares Have Gone Down Post-Acquisition of Uber

But based on Grab's data, fares have gone up in 40% of 20 most common routes in Metro Manila

byPaul John Caña |

Uber Alternative Arcade City Announces Southeast Asia Launch on April 16, But LTFRB Issues Halt Order in PH

The US-based platform says it’s not a centralized operation like Grab and Uber but a peer-to-peer...

byPaul John Caña |

LTFRB Tells Grab to Halve Price Surge Cap from 100% to Only 50%

Agency explains measure will remain while the ride-hailing firm faces no competition

byElyssa Christine Lopez |

Uber App Still Works in PH But Has Limited Functionality, and Little or No Support

Grab says it’s bearing the cost of maintaining Uber’s app in the country but only until April 15

byElyssa Christine Lopez |

Anti-Trust Body Orders Uber to Continue Operations Beyond April 8 in PH

Tells both Grab and Uber to maintain independence of their businesses in the country

byElyssa Christine Lopez |

Competition Body Wants Grab and Uber to Continue to Operate Independently in PH Amid Review

But both ride-hailing companies don't seem inclined to agree to the proposal

byElyssa Christine Lopez |

PH Anti-Trust Body to Review Grab-Uber Merger as It Could Reduce Competition

Move comes despite the two ride-sharing firms’ claim that the deal falls below notification...

byLorenzo Kyle Subido |

3 New Ride-Hailing Startups Applying For Franchise, Says LTFRB

Relatively unknown, the three are said to have completed presentations already to regulators

byElyssa Christine Lopez |

Grab-Uber Deal in PH Can Be Blocked If It Hurts Consumers, Says Anti-Trust Body

PCC Chairman Balisacan says that the agency to meet Grab and Uber on April 2

byLorenzo Kyle Subido |

Grab, Uber Confirm Merger of Ride-Hailing Operations in Southeast Asia (Update)

Grab to notify competition authorities in Singapore but it’s not yet clear if it needs to do so...

byLorenzo Kyle Subido |

Uber Agrees to Sell Southeast Asian Operations to Grab, Says Bloomberg

In turn, the US ride-hailing firm will own 25-to-30-percent of the combined business

byLorenzo Kyle Subido |