Go-Jek hopes to have 'hundreds of employees' in Singapore, watching anti-competition ruling on Grab

Indonesian start-up Go-Jek said it would look at the outcome of the Grab-Uber merger issue before considering its entry strategy into Singapore. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SINGAPORE - It has no firm date for its Singapore debut yet, but Indonesian start-up Go-Jek said it will launch a ride-hailing and logistics service in the Republic for a start, and is hopeful of growing the business to have "hundreds of employees" here.

The firm is also keeping a close watch on how Singapore's competition watchdog acts on the Grab-Uber merger, which was provisionally found to be anti-competitive earlier this month.

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