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Trinidad: As Uber pulls out 2 local ridesharing apps in bid to pick up slack

In more than a year ridesharing giant, Uber, was able to penetrate the Trinidad and Tobago market and accrue thousands of customers and hundreds of drivers.

But two weeks ago, the company announced it had decided to “pause” its operations here “after having made multiple efforts to create a significant change in the country in regards to mobility and opportunities for entrepreneurship.”

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