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Have you always wanted to become part of the free-market revolution and stand up to the taxi mafia, or are you a hardcore traditionalist trying to crush the excesses of capitalism and choice? Either way: it’s finally here! The taxi …

Taxi drivers are protesting against Uber, yet again, in a bid to further pressure the Buenos Aires City Government to definitively block the controversial ride-sharing app. A mass of taxis has been stationed at the Obelisco since 12 PM and …

Around 100 taxi drivers have been picketing near the Obelisco on the 9 de Julio since 12 PM to (again) protest against Uber, making it (again) impossible to circulate in the areas surrounding the City of Buenos Aires’ center.

Here we go again… Taxi drivers are taking to the streets (again) today at 11 AM to protest Uber (again) and will be picketing at 10 key intersections throughout the City of Buenos Aires. But fear not: taxi unions have

In the latest move to ban Uber from operating in Argentina, a court order was issued yesterday by the Buenos Aires City Government to block the use of credit cards on the ride-sharing app. In the resolution, the magistrate orders …

As if the Uber-taxi feud weren’t enough of a mess already, the arrival of another ride-sharing app to Argentina’s shores is likely to add some extra spice to the debacle.

Drum roll: Cabify, a Madrid-based ride-sharing app operating in …

Following Uber’s continued operations in the City of Buenos Aires despite a court order and a request for an injunction banning the app, taxi unions said basta once more today, protesting in front of the Obelisco on the 9 de …

Following an eventful weekend for Uber, which saw the company’s offices raided by government officials, public prosecutor Martín Lapadú has now put in a request to have the Uber webpage and smartphone application blocked. Yesterday, Lapadú reportedly asked the National …

Yesterday was a difficult day for porteños everywhere. Not only commuters had to deal with more than twenty roadblocks around the city set up by cab drivers protesting Uber’s presence, they also had to find ways to avoid the heavy

In response to a less than welcoming reception in the City of Buenos Aires, Uber has announced that it will offer passengers 15 free rides from now until Wednesday, provided that each individual trip comes out to less than AR …