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Uber violated transport laws, says South Korean court

The company was found guilty of using private vehicles for commercial transportation by a South Korean court, report Reuters. However, Uber won’t suffer major consequences. Uber suspended its UberX service in the country back in 2014 after prosecutors brought their case forward. As a result, the South Korean judge said Uber “admitted and repented” its … Continue reading “Uber violated transport laws, says South Korean court”

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The company was found guilty of using private vehicles for commercial transportation by a South Korean court, report Reuters. However, Uber won’t suffer major consequences. Uber suspended its UberX service in the country back in 2014 after prosecutors brought their case forward. As a result, the South Korean judge said Uber “admitted and repented” its illegal act and only fined the company 10 million won, or about $8,863.

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