In the media | 12 May 2024

NIKKEI ASIA: Access to ride-hailing could get more South Asian women to work

Ride-Hailing: A Platform for Women’s Economic Opportunity in India

Prabhjeet Singh, the India and South Asia president for Uber Technologies, quoted Oxford Economics’ research commissioned by Uber in Nikkei Asia to discuss how access to ride-hailing could get more South Asian women to work.

Read the op-ed below:

https://asia.nikkei.com/Opinion/Access-to-ride-hailing-could-get-more-South-Asian-women-to-work

Download full reports to learn more about how ride-hailing affects women’s economic opportunity in India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

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