Santiago, Chile comes to standstill in taxi protest against Uber

Santiago, Chile comes to standstill in taxi protest against Uber
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Taxi drivers in Chile have been protesting against private car companies like Uber and Cabify. Thousands of taxis lined up in the centre of the

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Taxi drivers in Chile have been protesting against private car companies like Uber and Cabify.

Thousands of taxis lined up in the centre of the capital Santiago for a two day strike, bringing the city to a standstill.

They say the private car companies take away their clients and compromise passenger safety.

Authorities in Chile have promised to crackdown on the car sharing firms.

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