Uber decides to follow Taiwan's transportation regulations
Taipei, Oct. 1 (CNA) Ride-hailing service Uber announced Tuesday that it has decided to change its operating model in Taiwan and partner with local taxi fleets, a move that will avoid violation of an amended law dubbed the "Uber clause."
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