Uber will bring their prices in line with the standard tariffs in accordance with the requirements of the local regulators.
Uber Technologies Inc. decided on a partner for your program to locate and call a taxi in Japan, one of the world’s biggest markets for taxi services.
Based in San Francisco, the company signed a deal with Fuji Taxi Group, within which users will be able through the app to order a taxi in Nagoya, the third largest population city in Japan.
Uber will bring their prices in line with the standard tariffs in accordance with the requirements of the local regulators. Initially, the agreement the two companies will cover more than 350 taxis – most of the Park Japanese operator in Nagoya, which is about 5% of taxis in the city.
The deal was concluded a few months later after the head of Uber Dara Khosrowshahi (Dara Khosrowshahi) changed its strategy in Japan in the direction of establishing partnerships with taxi companies instead of fighting the regulators, who declared ridesharing outside the law. The agreement with Fuji Taxi, released on Thursday, will serve as a template for deals with other Japanese taxi operators in the market value of $16 billion.
Last year Uber launched a pilot project to provide services of taxi on the island of Awaji (Japan) with a population of about 150 thousand people, which involved about a dozen taxi companies.
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