Ride-sharing apps rise in Venezuela as public transit decays

Ride-sharing apps like Uber, DiDi and Lyft may have driven across much of the globe, but they haven’t yet rolled into Venezuela, where U.S. sanctions and years of hyperinflation and other woes made it difficult to operate.


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