Grab expands services to Myanmar
SINGAPORE: Ride hailing firm Grab, the main Southeast Asian rival of Uber Technologies Inc, launched services in Myanmar yesterday, expanding operations to a seventh country in the region. Grab was working with a small group of taxi drivers in a trial in Yangon, the biggest city, and would scale up gradually, the company said in a statement. Uber is currently unavailable in Yangon. Grab is already operating in Singapore, Indonesia, The Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.