Uber’s Hong Kong offices, at the Leighton Centre in Causeway Bay. Photo: Felix Wong

Uber says it has changed its ways and is willing to partner with Hong Kong government to help smart city plan

  • Dogged by controversy, the ride-hailing company admits its past mistakes and wants dialogue with authorities to address city’s mobility future
  • Uber’s head of strategy and planning for Asia-Pacific Emilie Potvin tells the Post it was excited to hear Carrie Lam’s policy address
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Uber’s Hong Kong offices, at the Leighton Centre in Causeway Bay. Photo: Felix Wong
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Cannix Yau

Cannix Yau

Cannix joined the Post in 2014 after many years in journalism and some years working for legislators. She is interested in issues related to social justice and won SOPA's Excellence in Reporting Award in 2005.