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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