Clogged streets and increased air pollution from new gypsy cabs on the road are your problem, not theirs. Their problem is local laws.

Uber's rabble-rousing tactics mean its days in Hong Kong and mainland China are numbered

Robert Boxwell is unimpressed with their way of doing business, and says the 'petitions' in Hong Kong and elsewhere will come back to bite the company

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Clogged streets and increased air pollution from new gypsy cabs on the road are your problem, not theirs. Their problem is local laws.
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Robert Boxwell

Robert Boxwell

Robert Boxwell has worked and lived in the Asia-Pacific region since the early 1990s. He is an occasional contributor on business and regional issues to the South China Morning Post, Reuters, Financial Times and Bloomberg, and is writing a book on the history of US-China trade. He lives in Kuala Lumpur, where he is director of the international consultancy Opera Advisors.