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.