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Taxi drivers protest continues in Paris
17:01, 26 January 2016
Taxi drivers protest continues in Paris

The drivers demand compensation for unfair competition from non-licensed car services

17:01, 26 January 2016

ABCnews

Taxi drives, air traffic controller and civil servants went on strike in Paris on January 26. The protests grew tenser as protesters clashed with police. About 20 people were arrested, BFMtv reported.

It’s not the first time when taxi drivers opposed the VTC system, which allows hiring a cab. A number of other companies like Uber, Allocab, Cinq-S, Marcel, SnapCar also work like that.  

In Paris, it costs 50 to 250 thousand Euros to get the special insignia of a taxi driver and respective equipment for the car. VTC system is much easier and costs less. Taxi drivers explain that stimulates competitiveness at this market, and they lose. They want the VTC either to be banned or their incomes cut. The taxi drivers say they will continue the strike until their requirements are met.

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