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Lawyer Truong Thanh Duc: Grab may countersue Vinasun for its unfair offence

Lawyer Truong Thanh Duc said Grab might countersue Vinasun for its unfair competition directly aiming at this taxi-hailing application such as using the protest slogans.

Uber sues the HCM city Department of Taxation

The coercive enforcement measures to collect over VND53 billion (US$2.3 million) of Uber’s unpaid taxes have been halted after the HCM City Department of Taxation (Tax Department) received the court’s temporary urgent decision.

Harsh measures to be taken to collect US$3-million tax arrears from Uber

In case Uber fails to pay VND67 million (US$3-million) in tax within 10 days since the date of receiving written notification from HCM city Department of Taxation, it will be enforced to pay the tax and named on media.

MoF rejects Uber’s complaints about tax arrears of nearly US$3 million

The Ministry of Finance (MoF) has rejected the Netherlands-based Uber International Holding BV’s complaints about the decision to collect VND67 billion (nearly US$3 million) in tax arrears in a statement sent to the US-ASEAN Business Council.

Mai Linh Group heats up the hi-tech motorbike taxi game to compete Uber, Grab

Mai Linh Bike, brand of motorbike taxi service of Mai Linh Group is officially just launched in three big cities namely Ha Noi, Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh city (HCMC) to compete with GrabBike, and UberMoto.

Grab Taxi’s accumulated losses reach US$41 million

Grab Taxi Co., Ltd (Grab Taxi)'s accumulated losses have reached VND398 billion (equivalent to US$41.36 million), 47 times higher than its charter capital, according to the General Department of Taxation (GDT).

Tough pressure posed by Uber, Grab pushes Vinasun's revenue back to 7 years ago

Vinasun taxi company announced its revenue of only VND547 billion (more than US$24 million) in the third quarter of 2017, equivalent to 46 per cent of the same period last year.

Ministry of Finance clarifies tax calculation method for Uber, Grab

New ride-hailing apps such as Uber and Grab are coming under criticism from traditional taxi companies in Vietnam, who claim that tax policies give them preferential treatment.

Protestation banners against Grab and Uber required to be removed

In the official documents, the Hanoi Transport Department confirms that it would consider the form of treatment if the situation of hanging protestation banners against Grab and Uber recurs.

"Mai Linh can think of merging with Uber Vietnam"

Recently, the Mai Linh taxi-booking application has added M.Bike and M.Bike Premium features. Can this new move put an end to the slack period under the pressure of Grab and Uber?