Taxi drivers smash one of their own vehicles as they call on the Hong Kong government to ban ride-hailing services like Uber, in Wan Chai in July 2015. The tussle continues in 2021. Photo: Dickson Lee Taxi drivers smash one of their own vehicles as they call on the Hong Kong government to ban ride-hailing services like Uber, in Wan Chai in July 2015. The tussle continues in 2021. Photo: Dickson Lee
Taxi drivers smash one of their own vehicles as they call on the Hong Kong government to ban ride-hailing services like Uber, in Wan Chai in July 2015. The tussle continues in 2021. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Letters | Uber in Hong Kong: why won’t city meet taxi problem head on?

  • The Uber idea is as old as the illegal taxi problem many decades ago. If for-hire cars could be made legal then, why can’t Uber be now?

Topic |   Uber
Taxi drivers smash one of their own vehicles as they call on the Hong Kong government to ban ride-hailing services like Uber, in Wan Chai in July 2015. The tussle continues in 2021. Photo: Dickson Lee Taxi drivers smash one of their own vehicles as they call on the Hong Kong government to ban ride-hailing services like Uber, in Wan Chai in July 2015. The tussle continues in 2021. Photo: Dickson Lee
Taxi drivers smash one of their own vehicles as they call on the Hong Kong government to ban ride-hailing services like Uber, in Wan Chai in July 2015. The tussle continues in 2021. Photo: Dickson Lee
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