Mobility

Ride-hailing apps are making the developing world's traffic problems worse

Ride-hailing services, touted as a solution to congestion in cities like Cairo, have become part of the problem Image: REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh

Mostafa Kandil

CEO and co-founder, Swvl

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