Monday 23 May 2022

Government yields to pressure from taxi drivers

Uber, who has been waiting for 5 years to legalized will have to wait even more

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Threatened by a strike by taxi drivers, the government of Carlos Alvarado gives in to the pressure and puts plans for legalize Uber and Didi in limbo.

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