Police in southern China raid office of car-hailing app Uber
'Thousands Of iPhones' Confiscated By The Authorities
The GMTC said police seized thousands of iPhones and other equipment used to run the business in the Thursday night raid in the city of Guangzhou. The commission also said it was cracking down on other car-hailing apps in the region and issuing fines of 30,000 yuan, or about $4,860. The transport commission said it recognized the limits of traditional taxi services in the area and was studying how online-based services could fill the need.
The AP contributed to this report.
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