Cab-Hailing Company Careem Launches Women Drivers in Conservative Pakistan

By Waseem Sattar and Mubasher Bukhari KARACHI/LAHORE, Pakistan, Dec 7  – Taxi-hailing service Careem introduced women drivers in Pakistan on Wednesday, a rare initiative in a deeply conservative Muslim country where women account for only 22 percent of the workforce. Careem has a larger market share than rival Uber in most of the 32 cities

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Uber Faces Pressure in Dubai as Regulator Signs Deal With Rival

By Tom Arnold and Stanley Carvalho DUBAI/ABU DHABI, Oct 5 – Ride-hailing service Uber is under pressure in Dubai, one of the Middle East’s major markets, after the emirate’s transport regulator signed an agreement with local rival Careem and warned other such firms that they must do the same. Under the deal between Careem and

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