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Uber rival lands in London, halts operations after 3 days

Well, it was good while it lasted.  SEE ALSO: Uber beware: Didi-backed Taxify is coming after you in London Estonian company Taxify— backed by Uber's arch-enemy, China's Didi Chuxing — has halted operations in London just three days after launching.  The company began operating in London with the outright aim of snatching thousands of drivers and passengers away from Uber, but soon ran into trouble over licensing issues.
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