1. PCC extends validity of Grab’s voluntary commitments in relation to Uber purchase  Philippine Star
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Despite the lack of competition in the ride-hailing market, the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) is extending the effectivity period of voluntary commitments made by Grab Philippines Inc. in relation to the conditional approval received for the acquisition of Uber, to give time for a new set of commitments to be put forward by the ride-sharing company. Despite the lack of competition in the ride-hailing market, the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) is extending the effectivity period of voluntary commitments made by Grab Philippines Inc. in relation to the conditional approval received for the acquisition of Uber, to give time for a new set of commitments to be put forward by the ride-sharing company. by Louella Desiderio

PCC extends validity of Grab’s voluntary commitments in relation to Uber purchase | Philstar.com

The antitrust body will renegotiate the conditions that Grab Philippines had previously agreed to, a year after the same conditions paved the way for the approval of the company’s deal to buy Uber out of the market.The antitrust body will renegotiate the conditions that Grab Philippines had previously agreed to, a year after the same conditions paved the way for the approval of the company’s deal to buy Uber out of the market.

PCC says ride-hailing sector still uncompetitive | Inquirer Business