Taiwan offering rewards for reporting Uber violations
Taipei, Jan. 7 (CNA) Taiwan's government is offering rewards of up to NT$300,000 (US$9,300) a year to members of the public who provide information about transportation services offered by the ride-hailing company Uber, which are illegal in the country, the transportation ministry said Friday.
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