Traditional taxi drivers in Turkey are up in arms with the licensing of ride-hailing app Uber. With a licence fee costing taxi driver's an eye watering 1.7 million Turkish lira (£305,100) it's no wonder they refuse to lay down and watch their livelihoods being taken away from them.
The economist has taken a closer look at the details of Uber's latest taxi wars, including pricing -- and you might be surprised to find out which is more expensive.
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Taxi wars: Why Uber in Istanbul is costlier than a cab