Private-hire car companies Grab and Uber may be required to pay for a licence to operate in Singapore to control the population of such cars, say observers, similar to the arrangement in London.
In the British capital, the transport authority announced last year that firms with fleets of more than 10,000 would have to pay £2.9 million ($5.3 million) for a five-year licence to operate there.
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