A number of drivers who used to work with the ride-hailing company Uber say they are uncertain about their futures after the company closed here last week.
Mai Linh Group recently announced that its motorbike taxi services, called M.Bike, will officially be launched starting from November 20.
Uber Việt Nam has confirmed that CEO Đặng Việt Dũng stepped down from his post on October 1 after three years of running the ride hailing service firm in the country.
The Ministry of Transport has approved Uber Việt Nam’s pilot project of applying technology in managing and connecting under-contract passenger transportation.
The HCM City Taxation Department has announced it will submit a plan for tax collection from online businesses to the City People’s Committee in early April and enact the plan in the same month.
With companies such as Grab or Uber, it’s never been easier to summon a motorbike taxi (xe ôm).
Đinh Trần Hiếu, 23, is a fresh graduate who has taken up work as a Grabbike driver while waiting for a full time job. For him, driving for Grabbike is beneficial in a number of ways.