KUALA LUMPUR (Apr 2): Malaysia said on Monday that it will monitor ride-hailing firm Grab for possible anti-competitive behaviour, after rival Uber Technologies offloaded its Southeast Asian operations to the Singapore-based firm.

Uber’s deal to take a 27.5% stake in Grab in exchange has raised a red flag with Singapore’s competition watchdog, which said on Friday it was investigating a suspected breach of competition law.

See: Singapore watchdog says Uber-Grab deal may have infringed competition

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