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Enraged cabbies worldwide unite against Uber in 2015

The company, operating in 58 countries and valued at more than US$50 billion, vows to fight back against challenges

A taxi driver waits for a fare in Kolkata. In many countries, cabbies say Uber represents unfair competition.

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FROM London and Paris to New Delhi and Sao Paulo, traditional taxi drivers united worldwide against Uber in 2015, a year that saw riots, legal battles and even a kidnapping in protest against the startup.

Since first winning customers in San Francisco five years ago, Uber

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