Southeast Asian ride-hailing powerhouse Grab is now launching in a country where no Uber has driven yet — Myanmar.
Grab, which has expanded rapidly since its launch in Malaysia in 2012 — is now in 35 cities across Southeast Asia.
Myanmar marks the first new market for the company since its launch in Indonesia in 2014.
The company has launched a trial of its ride-hailing service in Yangon, Myanmar’s biggest city, and it is working with a “small group” of taxi drivers. The trial is expected to scale up “gradually” so Grab can test and improve its service in the city. …
Via: Mashable: Business