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By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies approved on Tuesday (April 4th) a bill which regulates transportation services through applications such as Uber and Cabify. The bill determines a series of requirements for this type of service, including prior authorization from city halls.

“Our goal with this project is to ensure that a mode of transportation that has already spread throughout the country has some kind of regulation.

It is not possible to have a service of this magnitude and the municipal authority can not do this regulation,” said Representative Carlos Zarattini . . .

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