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Uber's Philippine suspension: What we know

Ride-sharing app Uber faces a month-long suspension in the Philippines, in its latest run-in with authorities around the world. Uber, the world's most valuable venture-backed startup, was forced to suspend its services this week after the nation's transportation agency accused it of defying an order against accepting new driver applications. Here's what we know about the dispute that lawmakers said harmed hundreds of thousands of commuters navigating the capital's notoriously congested roads.
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