Grab chief vows to fight ‘forces’ trying to bring down firm
Grab Philippines on Tuesday said it would continue fighting “external forces” wanting to see it fail.
“Whether or not there are external forces who would want Grab closed, we will fight that,” Grab country head Brian Cu said in a mix of Filipino and English during an open forum with its transport network vehicle service (TNVs) drivers.
He did not, however, give details on the “external forces” to which he was referring.
“But internally, we are committed to stay, to work with our partners to improve our system further,” he assured its TNVs drivers.
Cu also said that despite the fact that Grab came from Malaysia, the company had invested a lot of effort in the Philippines.
He said that the commitment of Grab to its customers was a team effort that involved not just the higher-ups.
“Grab has a big committement here in the Philippines, not just me personally, but also our whole regional team.” Cu said.
“We put in a big investment here in the Philippines and we will continue investiing,” he assured Grab passengers. /atm
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