Ride-sharing caters to Brazil’s favelas
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Sao Paulo, Brazil has the highest number of Uber users worldwide. But there are certain areas in Brazil’s biggest city where the ride-sharing service refuses to go.
Many drivers have expressed concern about the possibility of being robbed or carjacked in the city’s often dangerous favelas (or slums).
That paved the way for a rival service to go to those places instead.
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