16:52 | 15/12/2020
Grab made debut in the Vietnamese transportation market in 2014 with GrabTaxi Co., Ltd as the first legal entity. By October 2014, the company launched the GrabBike service and began recruiting motorbikers to further operate its transport connection business model.
10:43 | 04/08/2020
Making both ends meet while the old mother still has to sell lottery tickets to earn their living, Mr. Hieu - a GrabBike driver - takes his infant son along with each ride amid the scorching heatwave of around 37 to 38 degree Celsius in Ho Chi Minh City.
17:37 | 16/06/2020
Grab Holdings, the leading ride-hailing company in Southeast Asia, said it will cut 360 employees, equivalent to 5 percent of its total, as it reduces expenses to deal with an economic downturn and slow recovery from the coronavirus pandemics.
08:58 | 05/04/2020
From April 1, Decree No.10/2020/ND-CP is officially in effect, replacing Decree No.86/2014/ND-CP. This means that the government has decided to legalise Grab and other ride-hailing services in Vietnam.
10:05 | 07/03/2020
Ride-hailing apps such as Grab or Uber will not be allowed to operate cars and decide rates in Hanoi from beginning April.
20:01 | 21/01/2020
Vietnam has finally concluded its regulations for taxi and ride-hailing services after 12 times reviewing different proposals.
14:08 | 15/01/2020
On January 13, Grab announced the appointment of Nguyen Thai Hai Van as Managing Director in Vietnam, starting from February 1 to replace Mr. Jerry Lim.