Two separate cities, thousands of kilometres apart, but holding protests with the same message – taxi drivers are fed up with Uber.
Thousands of drivers blocked streets and avenues in Brazil’s largest city, Sao Paulo, to protest against the ride-sharing service as the city council voted to ban the app, while in Melbourne, drivers say that rolling strikes will begin across Australia.
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The ride-sharing app has faced protests around the world with cab drivers upset that Uber’s drivers don’t have to pay city fees or undergo official inspections.