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Indian ride-hailing service Ola is set to enter New Zealand after launching its services in the UK in August and Australia in February, earlier this year. The company is looking towards more countries with large Indian population for its international expansion plan. Ola is banking on its ‘local brand’ image among Indians to capitalize in these markets, as it doesn’t yet have the global brand recall that Uber does. To lure drivers to its platform, Ola is offering a low introductory commission rate of 9 percent, as compared to the market average of 20-25 percent. That should see them earn…

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