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VIDEO: Egyptian taxi drivers protest against Uber
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Taxi drivers are angry that Uber drivers do not need to pay taxes or renew licenses every year, saying Uber and Careem applications have negatively affected their work.

Ahram Online spoke to taxi drivers to hear their concerns.

Video by Rawan Ezzat  

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Pharaoh
07-03-2016 11:43pm
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anti-whiteness and liberty
Uber and many companies now are owned by white men from white property laws that would like to impart their culture in the middle east. If we are to employ an economic colonialism model, we will fail to have an egyptian nation. We can open up egypt for free competition but not at the expense of the egyptian nation. egyptian nation building is reasonable within egyptian territory. This is not imperialism if we respect the human right of liberty.
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