Ride-hailers to adjust smoothly

Ride-hailers to adjust smoothly

Despite previous reservations by ride-hailing firms such as Grab and Go-Viet, normal business operations are expected following the Ministry of Transport’s decision to halt its pilot scheme for such services from April.
CEO of ride-hailing service Be resigns

CEO of ride-hailing service Be resigns

Tran Thanh Hai, CEO of the ride-hailing service Be, has stepped down after two years at the head of the service, which he joined in the beginning days.
Go-Viet trumpets empty claims of leading food delivery?

Go-Viet trumpets empty claims of leading food delivery?

While Go-Viet is confident about gaining the lead in food delivery, the coverage of drivers, delivery time, and customer satisfaction rates say otherwise.
Grab, Go-Viet, and Be: who is the stingiest?

Grab, Go-Viet, and Be: who is the stingiest?

Bonus payments for ride-hailing drivers seem a lot less forthcoming now that the firms have gained a firmer foothold in Vietnam.
Viettel joins ride-hailing market

Viettel joins ride-hailing market

Viettel will join the promising ride-hailing market, challenging the dominance of Grab, Go-Viet, and FastGo with its MyGo app.
Fierce race in Vietnam’s food delivery market: The game really ends?

Fierce race in Vietnam’s food delivery market: The game really ends?

Newcomers have shaken up Vietnam’s food delivery sector with intensified competition in which only strong contenders can withstand the challenges.
Go-Bike increases fares above main rival GrabBike

Go-Bike increases fares above main rival GrabBike

Go-Viet has issued the decision to adjust fares and apply flexible rates at peak hours and other special cases, effective from 12 PM, May 16.
Ride-hailing rule concerns persist

Ride-hailing rule concerns persist

Heated debate is continuing around the proposal to regulate ride-hailing firms as taxi companies, due to concerns that it will dampen Vietnam’s Industry 4.0 efforts.
Go-Viet welcomes new general manager

Go-Viet welcomes new general manager

Go-Viet has announced the appointment of Christy Le as its new general manager.
Confusion over proposal to install taxi sign on ride-hailing cars

Confusion over proposal to install taxi sign on ride-hailing cars

Confusion prevails among drivers and consumers over the proposal to require ride-hailing vehicles to put ‘taxi signs’ on top 
Go-Viet running out of gas?

Go-Viet running out of gas?

To get ahead in the competition with Grab, Go-Viet needs a strategy other than “burning money,” especially as they are running on a tighter budget than Grab.
Super-apps here to stay

Super-apps here to stay

Technological advances are driving the development of super-apps, which are expected to bring ­tremendous benefits to ­Vietnamese businesses.
Ride-hailing and delivery companies lose ground to Grab

Ride-hailing and delivery companies lose ground to Grab

Both Ahamove and Go-Viet are losing senior personnel as the besieged companies are trying to find a way to counter the competitive pressure from Grab.
Upcoming everyday super-apps will revolutionise the way business is done in Vietnam

Upcoming everyday super-apps will revolutionise the way business is done in Vietnam

As on-the-go transport services in Vietnam extend beyond simple taxi rides to offer a broader range of services, experts have been weighing in on the prospects of so-called multi-purpose “super-apps.”
Go-Viet launched ride-haling without permission in Ho Chi Minh City

Go-Viet launched ride-haling without permission in Ho Chi Minh City

Go-Viet has not been approved to launch ride-hailing services by the Ministry of Transport (MoT), however, the company is already operating in Ho Chi Minh City.
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