Uber has entered nearly every major Latin American market only to be met with protest from taxi drivers. Within this heated environment, unions and regulators debate the company's future in the region.
Regulations in Latin America make compliance notoriously difficult, and recent reforms in Colombia and Mexico have failed to ease the burden. But Argentina's improving outlook represents great news and opportunity.
As one of new President Mauricio Macri's key undersecretaries, Carlos Pallotti, is pushing Argentina's plan to add 80,000 jobs to the nation's ITC and BPO sector — an industry the Macri administration believes can reach $10 billion.