A man passes a Grab sign at their office in Singapore September 23, 2016. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Southeast Asia's leading ride-hailing firm Grab Friday teamed up with a U.S.-based software developer to run a limited public trial of a self-driving car service in Singapore.Applications for free rides on the "robo-cars" opened Friday, with the service expected to kick off next week, Grab Singapore head Lim Kell Jay told journalists.The partnership follows the September 15 launch of a groundbreaking driverless car service in the U.S. city of Pittsburgh by Uber, the world's leading car-hailing company.Grab's Singapore trials are backed by the wealthy city-state's government.
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