Uber’s ride-sharing services are banned in Japan, though its taxi-hailing technology has given it a foothold in the market. Photo: Bloomberg

Can Uber and Didi Chuxing take Japan for a ride?

Tokyo has banned ride-sharing services and its fabled transport system means there’s limited demand for them anyway. Even so, Uber and Didi Chuxing are keen to gain a foothold in the world’s third-largest economy

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Uber’s ride-sharing services are banned in Japan, though its taxi-hailing technology has given it a foothold in the market. Photo: Bloomberg
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