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Parliamentary committee passes revised bill to effectively outlaw ride-hailing service Tada Updated: 2019-12-06 09:40:50 KST

The Land, Infrastructure and Transport Committee at South Korea's National Assembly passed on Friday a revised bill that restricts the business of local ride-hailing service Tada.
The move comes despite South Korea's antitrust watchdog opposing the bill and calling for it to be reconsidered, citing discriminatory reasons.
As it stands, the law permits rental vans with 11 to 15 seats to be leased with a driver, but the revised law will limit such services to tour purposes, for six or more hours only.
The amendment will become law one year after the declaration, and there will be a six-month grace period.
Reporter : jhee@arirang.com
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