WATCH: How Uber got suspended and why it matters

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WATCH: How Uber got suspended and why it matters
Who was wrong in the Uber saga? What does the controversy say about the country's transportation problems?

MANILA, Philippines – Uber is finally back.

On Tuesday, August 29, Uber paid a hefty fine to the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) to lift its one-month suspension.

The transport network company (TNC) paid a P190-million fine or $3.7 million for it to operate again, about two weeks in.

But while Uber drivers are again on the road, it is only a short-term solution to a long-time problem faced by the country.

Watch the explainer video above to understand the issue better and why it’s significant. –

*US$1 = P51

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