Uber says Taiwan's steps against it hurting citizens

Uber Technologies Inc urged Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen to let the island's people decide whether they want Uber services in Taiwan, the latest salvo in the wrangle between the authorities there and the global ride-hailing service company, Reuters informs.

Uber's comments were made in an open letter to the island's president posted on its website on Thursday.

They came after transport authorities said this week they would ask Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google to pull Uber's apps available in Taiwan from their app stores, including UberEATS, its newest meal takeaway service.


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