Komentar Netizen Malaysia Soal Ekspansi Gojek

Komentar Netizen Malaysia Soal Ekspansi Gojek

PASARLIGA – Ekspansi Gojek ke Malaysia mendapat respon dari warganet asal Malaysia. Suara netizen Malaysia terpecah dua, ada yang menyambut baik kedatangan Gojek.

Suara warganet yang terpecah ini sebagian besar terkait dengan keadilan kompetisi dengan aplikasi transportasi online lokal DegoRide. Pasalnya pemerintah Malaysia sempat melarang operasional Dego Ride pada 2017.

Mereka yang setuju beranggapan Gojek sah-sah saja mengaspal di Malaysia. Menurut mereka baiknya pemerintah membuka regulasi agar transportasi lokal, Dego Ride, bisa berkompetisi dengan Gojek.

khalidkarim@khalidkarim

Give Dego 2 years before allowing GoJek or other bike-hailing service to enter the market.

This is a fair compensation for the unfair Gov ban of the service in early 2017.

Siapa agree to this?

firdaus_halim@firdaus_halim

Disagree.

Protectionism in Malaysia seems to breed complacency e.g. Proton/MAS/etc.

If we want a successful Dego or homegrown bike-hailing service better that we just deregulate and let them compete.

If Gojek can provide the most efficient service, they deserve to win.

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Sementara sebagian lain menganggap kehadiran Gojek akan membuka kesempatan kerja yang lebih banyak. Meski ada risiko kecelakaan yang lebih tinggi di balik kendaraan roda dua.

anuarnazir@anuarnazir

I have mixed feelings about GoJek in Malaysia. It’s good for job opportunities for those who’s unfortunate/students who wants to earn some side income. But of course, the risk.

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Meski demikian, banyak juga yang menolak kehadiran Gojek di Malaysia. Mereka yang tidak setuju utamanya karena mempertanyakan keberadaan aplikasi transportasi online lokal Dego Ride yang dilarang beroperasi oleh pemerintah Malaysia pada 2017.

Bashir Maktar@bashirmaktar

Kenapa perlu ada Gojek kalau dah ada Dego Ride milik anak tempatan?

Dego Ride pernah diwujudkan anak tempatan Nabil Feisal Bamadhaj sejak tahun 2016 dan kemudiannya diharamkan kerajaan.

Kalau dah ada produk sendiri kenapa perlu produk milik org.
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Exit 156@ThosaiThaiSong

There was a Malaysia bike ride share company called Dego. CEO rakyat tempatan berbangsa Melayu.

It was killed off by JPJ because the service was not “legal” ,”safe” & “insurance reasons”.

Now we are planning for Gojek. Indonesian made.

Buat kesimpulan anda sendiri.

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Seorang netizen @khalidkarim menganggap pemerintah Malaysia bertindak tidak adil. Sebab, alih-alih mendukung layanan lokal, pemerintah malah mendukung aplikasi asing.

khalidkarim@khalidkarim

GoJek funding is USD3.1B.And what’s more important~they hv key investors including Visa,Rakuten,Mitsubishi,TenCent~big names bringing in their different strengths.
And it all happened during the period Dego lost.

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khalidkarim@khalidkarim

Govt shud play fair.If they want to allow bike-hailing;

They shud not allow GoJek to come in for at least the next two years.

Give DegoRide a chance to build up capacity and funding.

The fair compensation for Govt’s unfairly stopping Dego at a very critical growth opportunity

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Warganet juga mengatakan Gojek dianggap tidak cocok dengan konsep jalan raya di Malaysia yang dikhususkan untuk kecepatan bukan untuk kendaraan yang lebih kecil. Banyak yang mengatakan Gojek bukanlah solusi transportasi di Malaysia.

Harith 👀@CarrotHangus

Malaysia need more railway/train lines. Not that gojek thing 🤦‍♀️

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penyokong tegar arsenal@AsyrafDany

Why I’m not convince this gojek will be a good idea:
1. Traffic in Malaysia is ranked one of the most dangerous in the world. 3rd in road death globally
2. Our roads are built for speed, to reach further quicker, instead of smaller, more compact cities.

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Bahkan warganet juga mempertanyakan mengapa Menteri Pemuda dan Olahraga Malaysia Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman begitu mempromosikan Gojek.

farihahfahmy@farihah_fahmy

Someone enlighten me please:

1. Why is a public servant promoting a private good?
2. Why is this championed by NOT the transport minister?
3. Why is Gojek what Malaysia needs?

So. Confused. https://twitter.com/SyedSaddiq/status/1165240044820393985 

Syed Saddiq

@SyedSaddiq

Gojek: Antara Harapan Dan Potensihttps://m.malaysiakini.com/news/489261 

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Exit 156@ThosaiThaiSong

There was a Malaysia bike ride share company called Dego. CEO rakyat tempatan berbangsa Melayu.

It was killed off by JPJ because the service was not “legal” ,”safe” & “insurance reasons”.

Now we are planning for Gojek. Indonesian made.

Buat kesimpulan anda sendiri.

Exit 156@ThosaiThaiSong

The message here is Malaysia First. We cant ignore the fact that we have local capabilities and proven tech champions, yet we are going to lead with a foreign giant. Once the giant Gojek comes in with their capability to scale up quickly, will there still be space to local co’s?

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Rencana ekspansi Gojek ke Negeri Jiran awalnya mendapat reaksi keras setelah bos perusahaan Big Blue Taxi Services, Shamsubahrin Ismail menolak keberadaan Gojek. Padahal Gojek menyebut ekspansi bisnis mereka di Malaysia sudah mendapat restu dari Perdana Menteri Malaysia Mahathir Mohamad.

Di Indonesia, masalah jadi runyam setelah video pernyataan bos perusahaan Big Blue Taxi Services, Shamsubahrin Ismail ramai dibicarakan netizen. Dalam video itu, Shamsubahrin dianggap merendahkan para mitra Gojek di Indonesia.

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