Taiwan Uber drivers petition to resume operations

Taiwan Uber Drivers Alliance hand in petition to ministry of transportation asking Uber be allowed to resume operations.

Taiwan News
Date: 2017/02/10
By: Judy Lin, Taiwan News, Staff Reporter

A group of about 40 members from the Taiwan Uber Drivers Alliance turned up to

Uber drivers hand over petition
Adam Sheng, the spokesperson of the Taiwan Uber Drivers Alliance (left) hands over the group’s petition to Wang,Chao-Ming representative for MOTC (right)

protest in front of MOTC, while 200 cars circled the ministry with protest signs and slogans.

Supporter of legalization of Uber in Taiwan

Uber announced it will cease operations in Taiwan as of Feb. 10, 2017, after being fined more than NT$230 million last month by The Directorate-General of Highways for violating the Highway Act and was ordered to cease operations in the country.

The company accumulated fines for registering as a technology company instead of a taxi service since entering Taiwan’s market in 2013.    [FULL  STORY]

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