SINGAPORE (Apr 6): Singapore's competition watchdog said Uber will delay the ride-hailing app's shutdown in the city-state by a week to April 15.

Uber was initially set to end its services by April 8 in Singapore after a deal to sell its Southeast Asian operations to rival Grab.

See: Grab confirms acquisition of Uber's Southeast Asia operations; Uber CEO Khosrowshahi to join Grab's board

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