When taxi drivers went on strike across Europe last week, one of the things they were protesting was the lack of regulation of one of their most significant competitors: Uber.
The taxi strike was ill-thought-out, since it drove many potential customers right into Uber’s arms. But the protest was founded on solid economics. In some European cities, as we noted last week, the price of a taxi license is upwards of $200,000.
link para reportagem: http://venturebeat.com/2014/06/21/add-taxi-medallion-investors-to-the-list-of-ubers-enemies/