Articles about Philippine Competition Commission

Where will P1 get you these days?
We now take a quick break from the developing Angkas saga and shift our focus back onto another crowd-favorite ride-hailing app in Grab.A couple of weeks ago, the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) ordered Grab Philippines to refund P14.15
No later than February 10, 2020
Bad news for Grab Philippines: The Philippine Competition Commission has imposed on the ride-hailing company another P16.15-million fine-P14.15 million of which will be refunded to customers.Earlier this year, the PCC imposed a P23.45-million fine
The order came from the Philippine Competition Commission
This will be good news to those who feel Grab is overcharging its customers. Today, the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) ordered the ride-hailing firm to refund its customers P5 million based on bookings between February and May 2019. According to a
Are things finally on the right track?
The Grab-Uber deal has finally been approved by the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC), but not without conditions-among them more transparency regarding fares and the implementation of Grab's destination masking feature for all drivers. Destination masking, well, 'masks' the destination
It's already being tested
Uber is practically out of the local ride-hailing scene, leaving Grab as the only major player remaining here in the Philippines.Many commuters have since taken to social media to express their dismay over Uber's exit, and netizens seem to
PCC wants it to continue, but LTFRB says otherwise
It's April 9, 2018, a day after Uber Philippines' announced shutdown of its app in our country, and the Uber service is...still running? We tested the app this morning and it still works.Well, sorta works. The Uber we have
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