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Uber Eats to wind down Hong Kong operations after five years

It will remain in the market, saying they are “more committed than ever” to growing their mobility platform.

Uber Eats is winding down its operations in Hong Kong after five years.

In an online statement, the firm said it made “the difficult decision” to discontinue the service on December 31, 2021.

“Our priority now is to support our employees, restaurant partners, delivery people and consumers in the transition. We couldn’t have built what we did without their trust and hard work, and we thank them for their support for the platform,” it said.

Whilst ending its delivery platform operations in Hong Kong, Uber will remain in the market, saying they are “more committed than ever” to growing their mobility platform in the city, home to our largest Uber Taxi business globally. 

“We will keep investing and serve more riders and drivers in coming years by bringing the very best technology to Hong Kong,” the statement added.

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