Should Grab/ride sharing be banned to help cab drivers? Seems like Malaysia is not willing to ban Grab abased on the demands of local cab drivers. What are your thoughts? - Seedly
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Leong Wen Fong

Asked on 01 Nov 2018

Should Grab/ride sharing be banned to help cab drivers? Seems like Malaysia is not willing to ban Grab abased on the demands of local cab drivers. What are your thoughts?

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Jason Sin
Jason Sin
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Answered on 01 Nov 2018

No, Grab should not be banned to prevent monopoly where consumers will be at the losing end. In fact, there should be more companies joining this industry.

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A lot people using grab because they are worried about those evil taxi drivers cheating their money. Why Singapore grab is so popular? Because last time taxi drivers always choose their customers and the direction they want to go. When no competitors all dont care, now competition come all scared. Telco in Singapore also same thing. Charge us a lot for our mobile plan, now more competitors joined in then they reduce price.

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