Seized vehicles of Uber drivers at Sham Shui Po Police Station, in May 2017. The Hong Kong government has taken dozens of Uber drivers to court for “driving passengers without a hire-car permit”. Photo: Edward Wong

Why taking Uber drivers to court is the wrong route for Hong Kong to follow

Topic |   Uber

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Seized vehicles of Uber drivers at Sham Shui Po Police Station, in May 2017. The Hong Kong government has taken dozens of Uber drivers to court for “driving passengers without a hire-car permit”. Photo: Edward Wong
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eTaxi, backed by the city’s leading cab companies, was launched on April 16. Photo: Felix Wong

Three ride-hailing apps put to the test in Hong Kong – Uber, Fly Taxi and new cab industry-backed eTaxi. Which came out on top?

  • Post reporters pit rival services against each other after Hong Kong Taxi Council chairman declares: ‘Whatever Uber can do, we’ll do it better’
Topic |   Hong Kong taxis

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eTaxi, backed by the city’s leading cab companies, was launched on April 16. Photo: Felix Wong
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