Public Transport Companies Sue Uber and 99 for Unfair Competition

The National Transport Confederation claims that collective trips, cheaper than individual trips, "compete with the fares charged in municipal public transportation".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Uber and 99 were sued for allegedly offering services that compete with public transport buses. The class action, brought in June by the National Transport Confederation (CNT), calls for an end to the shared transport modes of the companies: Uber Together and 99compartilha.

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