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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Services like Glovo and Rappi claim to deliver anything, but there are items that cannot be carried, for obvious reasons. Or at least that should be the case: in Argentina, employees linked to these platforms have complained about requests involving drug delivery.

Obviously, the terms of use of App delivery services ban the transportation of illegal substances or any illegal product. The issue is that when suspicious requests are flagged by couriers, they do not always get the proper guidance on how to act.

Amy Booth, a journalist who writes about Latin America for media outlets . . .

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