The prime minister in resignation, Andrej Babiš, has invited Prague taxi drivers protesting against Uber to meet him and other cabinet members on Wednesday. Taxi drivers have held three demonstrations in the capital in recent days against services such as Uber, which they consider unfair competition.
Mr. Babiš has also invited the minister of transport, Dan Ťok, and the minister of industry and trade, Tomáš Hüner, to attend the meeting, which will take place at the Office of the Government after a cabinet session.
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