March 9 hearing for Grab’s bid to challenge MyCC fine


Grab says it will raise the question of whether MyCC has the right to impose a daily penalty of RM15,000 from the date of its decision on September 23 last year. – February 14, 2020.

THE Kuala Lumpur High Court will hear on March 9 Grab Holdings Inc’s application for leave for a judicial review of the Malaysia Competition Commission’s (MyCC) decision to fine the e-hailing firm RM86.77 million over abusive transit media practices, reports The Edge Markets.

Grab, in a statement on Wednesday, said it will raise the question of whether MyCC has the right to impose a daily penalty of RM15,000 from the date of the decision on September 23 last year.


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