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renyeo

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It looked like Rojek was not the savior we are waiting for.

Was it all along Uber that was the one and only King all the drivers loved?

Please sign your name in this thread if you wish (in your dreams) for Uber’s SG Homecoming.

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Anthony Wong

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It looked like Rojek was not the savior we are waiting for.

Was it all along Uber that was the one and only King all the drivers loved?

Please sign your name in this thread if you wish (in your dreams) for Uber’s SG Homecoming.

:eek::eek::eek:
Haha Ren,everyone want Uber back including Riders but is that possible? Maybe unless you are the owner ,Lol:biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:
 

renyeo

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Well, I’m not an expert on this matter but I would imagine Uber is free to do business here unless it signed away these rights with Grab. (That’d be utterly stupid and silly, really!)

Grab bought out Uber’s physical operations san LCR but this didn’t mean Uber sold away its intrinsic Crown Jewels - the customers, drivers and the goodwill (which is impossible, anyway).

Uber surely has enough proprietary assets to enable the American based e-hailing company to resume business in Singapore.

Ultimately it comes down to the agreement Uber settled with Grab. The details of which we are not privy to.

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renyeo

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Now I understand why automakers and investors are putting hundreds of billions of dollars into ehailing companies.

It’s a fcukin’ shamble that Uber is out of action in this country! You guys should wear your heart (of love for Uber) on your sleeves to show your support for the original king of ehailing. If Nas thinks Singapore is the New America how could it do without Uber?

:cautious::cautious::cautious:

Source: BloombergBusinessWeek: Peak Car


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renyeo

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Methink autonomous vehicles and flying cars are the greatest fallacies since the grand Theory of Peak Oil.

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