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Car service Addison Lee challenges rivals with global app bookings

Reuters Wednesday, 24 January 2018
Car service Addison Lee challenges rivals with global app bookingsLONDON (Reuters) - British premium car service Addison Lee said customers will be able to book journeys using their app in over 100 cities from Wednesday as it invests in $90 million worth of new vehicles in a global expansion drive, rivaling the likes of Uber.
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