A message reading “Uber Out” on a taxi during a protest against Uber and other unlicensed passenger services in February. Photo: Winson Wong A message reading “Uber Out” on a taxi during a protest against Uber and other unlicensed passenger services in February. Photo: Winson Wong
A message reading “Uber Out” on a taxi during a protest against Uber and other unlicensed passenger services in February. Photo: Winson Wong
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Hong Kong cannot afford to put brakes on Uber

  • If the city is serious about embracing innovation that improves competitiveness, it must not allow vested interests and a much-criticised taxi industry to frustrate car-hailing services

A message reading “Uber Out” on a taxi during a protest against Uber and other unlicensed passenger services in February. Photo: Winson Wong A message reading “Uber Out” on a taxi during a protest against Uber and other unlicensed passenger services in February. Photo: Winson Wong
A message reading “Uber Out” on a taxi during a protest against Uber and other unlicensed passenger services in February. Photo: Winson Wong
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