Sep 30, 2016

Uber Starts Food Delivery Service to Crack Japan's Market

Uber started food-delivery service in Tokyo to crack Japan's market, where it is barred from running its main ride-hailing business because of local laws requiring Uber drivers to have a taxi license. Photo: Uber

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