The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) has provisionally declared that the merger of ride-sharing companies Grab and Uber has resulted in the lessening of competition.
Grab has unsurprisingly asserted that the CCCS' decision will "go against Singapore's pro-innovation and pro-business regulations in a free market economy".
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