Vietjet teams up with Swift247 and Grab Business

Vietjet teams up with Swift247 and Grab

The Vietjet Aviation Joint Stock Company (Vietjet) will team up with Swift 247, a technology start-up providing super express air delivery service (Swift247) and Grab to develop solutions for connecting road and air travel to customers across Southeast Asia.
Singapore: hailing service operators to be licensed World

Singapore: hailing service operators to be licensed

All ride-hail and street-hail service providers with a fleet size of more than 800 vehicles in Singapore will have to be licensed from June 2020, after the Parliament passed the Point-to-Point (P2P) Passenger Transport Industry Bill on August 6.
Digital platforms actively contribute to Indonesia’s economy World

Digital platforms actively contribute to Indonesia’s economy

A workshop focusing on benefits brought by digital platforms, especially contributions by Grab to Indonesia’s economic development, was held by the Centre Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and the Tenggara Strategics in Jakarta on July 23.
HCM City bus services seek higher subsidy Society

HCM City bus services seek higher subsidy

Nine of 13 bus enterprises and co-ops in Ho Chi Minh City have asked for a reduction of bus trips on several lines as their subsidies are lower than bus owners’ expenditures.
Rooftop solar panels grab more attention Videos

Rooftop solar panels grab more attention

Power cut is a worry of many people during hot season. However, solar power development projects are considered as optimal solutions for this problem, including rooftop solar panels which not only
Photographer wins third prize at UK contest Society

Photographer wins third prize at UK contest

Photographer Viet Van from Lao Dong (Labour) newspaper has become the only representative of Vietnam to win a prize in the Street Food category of the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year 2019 in the UK.
Grab cars must have roof signs: draft Business

Grab cars must have roof signs: draft

Cars which provide passenger transportation services via ride-hailing platforms like Grab will have to have roof signs showing that they were “contract vehicles”.