Taxi drivers block the access to the airport, during a protest in Santiago, Chile against the operation of the companies Uber and Cabify in the country. Ride-sharing companies are facing huge growth potential, and significant backlash, worldwide. Photo: EPA

Who can grab the opportunity as Uber’s Asian ride gets bumpy?

Fierce competition throughout Asia, most recently in Cambodia and Myanmar, are a sign of things to come in a new booming market

Topic |   Future of transport

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Taxi drivers block the access to the airport, during a protest in Santiago, Chile against the operation of the companies Uber and Cabify in the country. Ride-sharing companies are facing huge growth potential, and significant backlash, worldwide. Photo: EPA
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Bhavan Jaipragas

Bhavan Jaipragas

Bhavan is Asia Correspondent for the SCMP, covering breaking news, politics, diplomacy, trade and Southeast Asian macroeconomic trends. His work for the Post's Asia desk also focuses on the region's multifaceted interactions with the United States and China. A Singapore native, Bhavan previously worked for Agence France-Presse.