Uber has struggled to get a break in Hong Kong, where a population of more than 7 million is served by 18,163 licensed taxis and about 40,000 drivers. Photo: ReutersUber has struggled to get a break in Hong Kong, where a population of more than 7 million is served by 18,163 licensed taxis and about 40,000 drivers. Photo: Reuters
Uber has struggled to get a break in Hong Kong, where a population of more than 7 million is served by 18,163 licensed taxis and about 40,000 drivers. Photo: Reuters

Uber partnership with Hong Kong taxi firm Tin Shing Motors could stall as owner branded ‘traitor to the industry’

  • Edward Lau unsure whether to partner with online ride-hailing service to launch new service Uber Flash
  • About 38 taxi groups denounced plan and put pressure on law enforcement agencies to crack down on Uber and its drivers

Topic |   Uber
Uber has struggled to get a break in Hong Kong, where a population of more than 7 million is served by 18,163 licensed taxis and about 40,000 drivers. Photo: ReutersUber has struggled to get a break in Hong Kong, where a population of more than 7 million is served by 18,163 licensed taxis and about 40,000 drivers. Photo: Reuters
Uber has struggled to get a break in Hong Kong, where a population of more than 7 million is served by 18,163 licensed taxis and about 40,000 drivers. Photo: Reuters
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