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A price war has started across the among taxi companies. There is more for passengers because of apps to order taxis. Some are cutting fares in to beat competitor companies. The world's biggest taxi-booking app is called Uber. It started in 2009 and operates in over 200 worldwide. Drivers of London's black taxis are with apps. They say that of app cabs are too . They do not have enough of London's streets. London taxi drivers have cut some of their from $45 to $7.50.

The U.K. of Uber said the price war would mean higher for his company. He said: "There's a of competition over the app ….You need to think of things that you can do to stand out from the ." A London black cab driver said business was good the app companies. He said: "There are lots of that are changing things for us." One of New York's taxi companies wants Uber's to be suspended. In Singapore, the has just announced that it would start regulating taxi app companies.

 
 

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