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going international ola to enter australia

Going international: Ola to enter Australia in

tussle with rival Uber

Indian ride-hailing company Ola announced plans on Tuesday to enter Australia,

marking its first foray outside its home market and intensifying its tussle with US

rival Uber Technologies Inc.

Ola will begin inviting private vehicle owners and driver partners to work with it in

the cities of Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, with plans to start commercial

operations in the country in early 2018, the startup said in a statement.

Rival Uber's presence in Australia could potentially help Ola because regulations

for such services are in place and drivers are already aware how the system

works, said Satish Meena, senior analyst at research firm Forrester.

"Cab sharing isn't very new anymore and everyone is ready, but Ola may find it

more expensive to lure customers and drivers initially," Meena said.

Ola, founded in 2011, has been locked in a fierce battle with Uber for a bigger

piece of India's $12 billion taxi market.

it has a majority share in the country s ride

It has a majority share in the country's ride-hailing market with operations in

more than 110 cities.

The company, also expanding into the food delivery business, has tied up with

Microsoft Corp to build a connected car platform and is experimenting with

electric vehicles.

Japan's SoftBank Group Corp is the biggest investor in both Ola and Uber.

Article By - Business Standard