Interior of the Nissan Serena e-Power, a minivan key figures in Hong Kong’s taxi industry hope will give residents one less reason to choose Uber. Photo: Handout Interior of the Nissan Serena e-Power, a minivan key figures in Hong Kong’s taxi industry hope will give residents one less reason to choose Uber. Photo: Handout
Interior of the Nissan Serena e-Power, a minivan key figures in Hong Kong’s taxi industry hope will give residents one less reason to choose Uber. Photo: Handout
Hong Kong taxis

exclusive | Hong Kong taxi operators strike back at Uber with plan to introduce fleet of premium six-seater cabs

  • Operators expect strong demand, as big groups often prefer to call a large Uber car than hire two taxis
  • Commuter group says bigger taxis are fine, but city’s badly behaved cabbies need to shape up too

Topic |   Hong Kong taxis
Interior of the Nissan Serena e-Power, a minivan key figures in Hong Kong’s taxi industry hope will give residents one less reason to choose Uber. Photo: Handout Interior of the Nissan Serena e-Power, a minivan key figures in Hong Kong’s taxi industry hope will give residents one less reason to choose Uber. Photo: Handout
Interior of the Nissan Serena e-Power, a minivan key figures in Hong Kong’s taxi industry hope will give residents one less reason to choose Uber. Photo: Handout
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