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BlaBlaCar moves into Brazil


New market: Frederic Mazzella, founder of long-distance ridesharing service BlaBlaCar, feels that Brazil holds great potential for long-distance car-sharing. — AFP

New market: Frederic Mazzella, founder of long-distance ridesharing service BlaBlaCar, feels that Brazil holds great potential for long-distance car-sharing. — AFP

PARIS, France: French startup BlaBlaCar, the world's largest long-distance car-sharing service with some 20 million members, said it was moving into Brazil. 

Having already launched services in Mexico in April and raised US$200mil (RM844.42mil) in new investment in September, BlaBlaCar said it saw great potential in Brazil, where some 50 million cars hit the roads daily. 

   

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