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Hundreds of ride-hailing app drivers in Barcelona and other Spanish cities could lose their jobs on Saturday when a deadline for new rules covering these services expires, drivers and fleet owners told Reuters. Spain's regional governments were told to issue new rules for private cars transporting passengers hired through mobile platforms such as Uber, Bolt and local rival Cabify, after protests from taxi drivers over unfair competition. Some regions, such as Madrid and Andalusia, are allowing the drivers to continue to operate as before, but others, such as Barcelona, introduced more restrictive measures.
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