Uber adjusts to regulations in Korea after its CEO is indictedUber Technologies will begin directing users to a cab company in Korea’s third-largest city as the car-sharing service adjusts its business model to comply with local regulations.
Uber will begin services in Incheon, northwest of Seoul, in partnership with Seven Call Taxi, a company that operates about 3,000 cabs in the city, Uber said Monday.
The move follows the indictment of Uber’s CEO Travis Kalanick by Korean prosecutors for violating Korean transportation laws.
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