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Four years after arriving in the region, ride-sharing app Uber reported it now has operations in 100 cities in 14 countries in Latin America.
This week, the company announced that it went live in the cities of Anápolis and Cabo Frio in Brazil, meaning it operates in 43 cities in the country.
Uber kicked off its Latin American services in Mexico City in 2013, but the expansion of operations across the region have not been problem free. Uber recently managed to fend off another attempt to halt its operations in Argentina and a request from a prosecutor to arrest two of its executives.