Taxis Block German Streets In Protest Against Uber and Other Competing Services

By Stephen Fuchs on Email @StephenWFuchs

Upon its introduction in 2009, the California-based chauffeur/taxi car company Uber has slowly taken marketshare away from taxi drivers in major cities across the world. It has led to a surge in these “black car” services, with new startups following suit, but the traditional and much more regulated taxi companies are beginning …

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