Uber faces interim measure from Chilean taxi drivers

The case would likely take a year to resolve

The case would likely take a year to resolve (Credit: istock.com/GoodLifeStudio)

58 taxi drivers have asked the tribunal of Chile’s competition enforcer to grant an interim measure forcing Uber to hand over sensitive documents, and have indicated they will seek US$23.7 million in fines for abuse of dominance. By Janith Aranze

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