Uber Will Suspend Services In Taiwan

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
September 09, 2017

Taiwanese Uber drivers and riders are going to see their apps become unresponsive tomorrow. Air VAPORMAX Uber announced that the company would suspend its services in Taiwan from February 10, Scarpe Air Jordan 3 nike buty sklep 2017, due to huge costs in this marketplace.

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Uber reportedly entered the Taiwanese market four years ago and it provided over 15 million rides in four cities in Taiwan. Compra Zapatillas Adidas Baratas Online However, Andre Tippett Taiwan’s investment review committee stated in 2016 that they might ask Uber to withdraw from the Taiwanese market, Saint Joseph’s Hawks because the scope of business initially applied by the company was as an information technology platform, but they are now operating transportation services.

The Taiwanese government said that if Uber wants to continue its operations in Taiwan, nike air max goedkoop they need to pay sales tax, nike air max 2016 heren which is probably up to USD6.4 million.

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