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Deactivation of Uber app pushed from April 8 to 15

This is to give Singapore's competition watchdog time to assess what to do about a suspected breach of the Competition Act

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On March 30, the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore said it had grounds to suspect that Grab and Uber, which announced their acquisition deal four days before, have infringed the Competition Act. It has not, however, gone into the reasons for its suspicion.

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THE Uber app, which was due to be deactivated on April 8, will now stay on till April 15 as Singapore's competition watchdog decides on its next move.

In a statement on Friday, the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) said Uber and Grab have proposed a...

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