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Singapore to review private car-sharing apps
Last Updated: 2015-10-02 17:22 | Xinhua
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Private car-sharing apps like uberX will be reviewed by Singapore's Ministry of Transport to ensure a "level playing field," local media reported on Friday.

The review will be undertaken by Senior Minister of State for Transport Ng Chee Meng, in consultation with taxi drivers and the general public to "forge a fair solution," said Khaw Boon Wan in his first blog post as Transport Minister.

Khaw said a number of taxi drivers he met while he was campaigning during the recent general election felt that car- sharing apps such as uberX are unfair as drivers using the apps do not need a vocational license.

Khaw understood taxi drivers' demand that the playing field be level, but banning the app like what Germany has done is an "over- reaction." He added that a balanced approach is important, stressing that an open mind to innovations should be kept, meanwhile all players should be treated fairly.

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