Aug 16, 2017
Uber official apologises for 'misunderstanding' in Philippines
A top Uber official has apologised to the Philippines' transport regulator and vowed to respect its authority following a temporary ban on its services in the country. Uber briefly ignored the suspension and moved to appeal the decision. Uber said on Tuesday that it would appeal the order, and briefly resumed services in defiance of the ban. After initially rejecting its authority, Uber has adopted a more conciliatory tone with the transport regulator. In a video posted on Philippines television network ABS-CBN's website on Wednesday, Uber's regional general manager for Asia Pacific, Michael Brown, said the company respected local authorities.
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