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Business Insider
South Korean taxi drivers are setting themselves on fire in protest of a proposed ride-sharing app
South Korean taxi drivers are protesting a new ride-sharing app from popular tech company Kakao. 
They say the app would make it impossible to make ends meet. 
Two taxi drivers have reportedly died after setting themselves on fire to protest the app. 
Up to tens of thousands of South Korean cab drivers have been protesting in Seoul for months against a ride-sharing service called Kakao T Carpool.
Cabbies said Kakao T Carpool, which would be a ride-sharing app similar to Uber,&nbs...

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