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Uber CEO Kalanick indicted in South Korea

He and domestic partner charged with violating transport law

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MR KALANICK: Seoul Metropolitan Government has said it may ban Uber's service and similar applications on the grounds that they're unsafe and compete with licensed taxi services.

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PROSECUTORS in South Korea have charged Uber Technologies Inc chief executive officer Travis Kalanick and the head of its domestic business partner MK Korea Co with violating a transportation law.

San Francisco-based Uber is facing growing legal challenges as it expands in

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