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Brazil’s Lula proposes law to regulate labor on ride-hailing apps

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Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva sent a bill to congress on Monday to regulate labor rights of workers from ride-hailing apps in the country, which includes the need to pay a minimum wage. “The debate in Congress won’t be easy”, Lula said on Monday in an event. The bill says ride-hailing apps would have to pay at least the country’s minimum wage, which currently stands at 1,412 reais ($285.37), to eight-hours per day workers.

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