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France is plotting to take Uber’s car-tracking tech and hand it over to taxis

24
Apr
2014

While taxi services like Uber may be flat-out unwelcome in Belgium, neighboring France is still trying to figure out how to manage them. Under pressure from traditional cab drivers in the country, a new law was introduced that required the likes of Uber, LeCab and SnapCar to wait 15 minutes before picking people up, giving normal cabs a better shot at landing the business. It didnt survive very long, not that it did much to calm some old-school cabbies anyway.

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