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Uber braces for face-off in France over labour practices

19th June, 2015

Uber Technologies is bracing for a political storm in France.

The country’s taxi unions have called for a nationwide, unlimited strike starting June 25, demanding that the French government crack down on the app-based ride service’s use of unlicensed chauffeurs.

The San Francisco-based company’s UberPop application is already opposed by the government.

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