The rapid emergence of ride-hailing operators like Uber, Didi and Grab has challenged regulators of the point-to-point transport sector.
Some jurisdictions have declared Uber illegal (for example, Hong Kong) or imposed regulations so stringent that Uber has left (for example, Denmark). Other jurisdictions have welcomed ride-hailing operators, often subjecting them to less onerous regulations than regular taxi operators.
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