Much ink has been spilled on how regulators should address the competition concerns raised by Uber's proposed sale of its South-east Asian business to rival Grab.
Recently, some commentators have commended the interim measures taken by the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) to ensure that the market remains open and contestable while CCCS completes its investigations, while others question their effectiveness.
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