Last July, 28 Uber drivers were fined for providing illegal carriage service, but the Hong Kong government has not yet taken direct action against the ride-hailing company. Photo: Felix Wong
Last July, 28 Uber drivers were fined for providing illegal carriage service, but the Hong Kong government has not yet taken direct action against the ride-hailing company. Photo: Felix Wong
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Uber to team up with small Hong Kong taxi firm Tin Shing Motors to launch new service Uber Flash in second bid to operate legally in city

  • Uber says new service would still allow users to hail taxis on its existing mobile app
  • Government source says Uber’s partnership with taxi firm should fall within existing legislation

Last July, 28 Uber drivers were fined for providing illegal carriage service, but the Hong Kong government has not yet taken direct action against the ride-hailing company. Photo: Felix Wong
Last July, 28 Uber drivers were fined for providing illegal carriage service, but the Hong Kong government has not yet taken direct action against the ride-hailing company. Photo: Felix Wong
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