British online food delivery company Deliveroo announced on 6th April that it would cease its operations in Taiwan from 3 p.m. on 10th April, as it plans to relocate its corporate resources around the world.
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Collaborating with more than 6,000 restaurant across Taiwan, Deliveroo decided to withdraw from the Taiwan market to maximize the efficiency of its resources by focusing more on the markets in Europe, the Middle East and other parts of the Asia-Pacific region. However, the company also added that it will not rule out the possibility of returning to the Taiwan market in the future.
The delivery service will continue until the termination date, 3 p.m. on 10th April. Until then, users can still enjoy the service. Users who still have money in the Deliveroo account will receive refunds in three to five business days after 10th April, the company added.
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“The company has made sure to offer its nearly 1,500 food deliverers and staff appropriate compensation, which is better than what is required by law,” Deliveroo stated.