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Casablanca Taxi Drivers Protest Against Uber and Careem

Rabat – Casablanca’s taxi drivers staged a protest against what they call the “unfair competition” of Uber and Careem.

The Taxi drivers of Morocco’s economic hub claim that they are victims of Uber and Careem and that they are determined to remove these transportation services from Morocco.

In a peace march, they expressed their dissatisfaction with the “unfair competition” and called on Moroccan authorities to put an end to illegal as well as the clandestine transportations.

Since the introduction of the transportation services Uber and Careem in Morocco, these two mobile app-based taxi-calling services gained praise and hostility in equal measures, heavy demands by passengers, assault and discontent by Taxi drivers.

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