Hong Kong’s taxi operators have accused the city’s transport chief of failing to deliver on a promise to introduce harsher penalties for their rival Uber, with necessary changes to the law unlikely to be introduced this year.An industry source told the Post that Secretary for Transport and Housing Frank Chan Fan promised taxi operators during a private meeting last year that increased penalties for illegal ride-hailing services would be in place in the first quarter of this year.“However,…


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