Grab Takes Competition Regulator To Court Over Its Proposed Fine

According to the Malaysiakini report, claimed that in the course of MyCC's investigation, the did not specify the basis of its belief on how GrabCar and MyTeksi, collectively known as Grab Malaysia, had contravened Section 10 (1) of the Act.

Additionally, Grab said that MyCC did not give the ride-hailing firm adequate notice that it was under investigation and that it did not inform the company about the nature of the alleged violation.

According to Grab, MyCC was pre-determined about its decision and this is supported by the fact that the regulator was effectively “the investigator, prosecutor, and the judge in its own cause”.

Based on which, Grab said that it was almost impossible for MyCC to conduct a fair and impartial investigation and conclusion.

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