Uber Technologies’ operation in Jakarta has been the target of raids led by Jakarta’s Transportation Department. Jakarta’s Transportation Department formed a task force with the help of the Jakarta Metro Police to crack down on Uber’s operation in the capital city. The Task Force claimed to have seized 30 vehicles associated with the American technology company. The charge mounted: Uber does not have the license to operate in Indonesia, it does not pay tax, and it does not have a clear presence in-country for customer service purposes. To subscribe please click here