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Taxi drivers testify during a City ...
Data da imagem: 24/06/2019
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Crédito: Demetrius Freeman/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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Taxi drivers testify during a City Council hearing about reckless loans that have left thousands of immigrant drivers deeply in debt in New York

Data da imagem: 24/06/2019

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Taxi drivers testify during a City Council hearing about reckless loans that have left thousands of immigrant drivers deeply in debt in New York

Crédito: Demetrius Freeman/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Taxi drivers testify during a City Council hearing about reckless loans that have left thousands of immigrant drivers deeply in debt in New York, June 24, 2019. In an emotional City Council hearing, lawmakers said New York officials could have stopped exploitative loans that have devastated thousands of cabdrivers. (Demetrius Freeman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Taxi drivers calling for the ...
Data da imagem: 24/06/2019
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Taxi drivers calling for the forgiveness of exploitative loans attend a City Council hearing about the loans in New York.

Data da imagem: 24/06/2019

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Taxi drivers calling for the forgiveness of exploitative loans attend a City Council hearing about the loans in New York.

Crédito: Demetrius Freeman/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Taxi drivers calling for the forgiveness of exploitative loans attend a City Council hearing about the loans in New York, June 24, 2019. In an emotional City Council hearing, lawmakers said New York officials could have stopped exploitative loans that have devastated thousands of cabdrivers. (Demetrius Freeman/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Abel Vela, a cabdriver who left his ...
Data da imagem: 30/04/2019
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Crédito: Angela Ponce/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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Abel Vela, a cabdriver who left his family in New York after struggling to repay his taxi medallion loan, in his room in Lima, Peru.

Data da imagem: 30/04/2019

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Abel Vela, a cabdriver who left his family in New York after struggling to repay his taxi medallion loan, in his room in Lima, Peru.

Crédito: Angela Ponce/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Abel Vela, a cabdriver who left his family in New York after struggling to repay his taxi medallion loan, in his room in Lima, Peru, April 30, 2019. Despite years of warning signs, agencies at every level of government did little to help New York taxi drivers as they became crushed under overwhelming debt. (Angela Ponce/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Wael Ghobrayal, who bought a taxi ...
Data da imagem: 30/04/2019
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Wael Ghobrayal, who bought a taxi medallion at a city auction for $890,000 and now cannot make his loan payments and support his three children, with his cab in the Queens borough of New York.

Data da imagem: 30/04/2019

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Wael Ghobrayal, who bought a taxi medallion at a city auction for $890,000 and now cannot make his loan payments and support his three children, with his cab in the Queens borough of New York.

Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Wael Ghobrayal, who bought a taxi medallion at a city auction for $890,000 and now cannot make his loan payments and support his three children, with his cab in the Queens borough of New York, April 30, 2019. Despite years of warning signs, agencies at every level of government did little to help New York taxi drivers as they became crushed under overwhelming debt. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A New York City taxi.
Data da imagem: 22/02/2019
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Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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A New York City taxi.

Data da imagem: 22/02/2019

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A New York City taxi.

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A New York City taxi, Feb. 9, 2019. Powerful industry leaders made untold millions by artificially driving up the price of taxi medallions; now as competition from Uber and Lyft remakes the industry, drivers like Demosthenes find themselves in ruin. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A New York City taxi.
Data da imagem: 22/02/2019
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A New York City taxi.

Data da imagem: 22/02/2019

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A New York City taxi.

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A New York City taxi, Feb. 9, 2019. Powerful industry leaders made untold millions by artificially driving up the price of taxi medallions; now as competition from Uber and Lyft remakes the industry, drivers like Demosthenes find themselves in ruin. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Taxis sit three abreast at a light, at ...
Data da imagem: 22/02/2019
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Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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Taxis sit three abreast at a light, at Times Square in New York.

Data da imagem: 22/02/2019

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Taxis sit three abreast at a light, at Times Square in New York.

Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Taxis sit three abreast at a light, at Times Square in New York, Feb. 22, 2019. Lawmakers plan to investigate the city?s role in a crisis that devastated the New York City taxi industry and left thousands of cabbies in debt; meanwhile, Drivers will not have to pay a total of $10 million in city fees this year, and will be able to obtain financial counseling. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A taxi in New York.
Data da imagem: 21/02/2019
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Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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A taxi in New York.

Data da imagem: 21/02/2019

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A taxi in New York.

Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

FILE -- A taxi in New York, Feb. 21, 2019. The New York attorney general?s office said it had opened an inquiry into more than a decade of lending practices that left thousands of immigrant taxi drivers in crushing debt, while Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered a separate city investigation into the brokers who helped arrange the loans. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Mohammed Hoque, a Bangladeshi ...
Data da imagem: 18/02/2019
Cod. da imagem: ny190519152604
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Mohammed Hoque, a Bangladeshi immigrant and cabbie struggling to pay off the loans which financed his taxi medallion, with his children at home in New York.

Data da imagem: 18/02/2019

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Mohammed Hoque, a Bangladeshi immigrant and cabbie struggling to pay off the loans which financed his taxi medallion, with his children at home in New York.

Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Mohammed Hoque, a Bangladeshi immigrant and cabbie struggling to pay off the loans which financed his taxi medallion, with his children at home in New York, Feb. 18, 2019. Powerful industry leaders made untold millions by artificially driving up the price of taxi medallions; now as competition from Uber and Lyft remakes the industry, drivers like Hoque find themselves in ruin. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Fouzia Mahabub, the wife of Mohammed ...
Data da imagem: 18/02/2019
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Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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Fouzia Mahabub, the wife of Mohammed Hoque, a Bangladeshi immigrant and cabbie struggling to pay off the loans which financed his taxi medallion, with their children at home in New York.

Data da imagem: 18/02/2019

Cod. da imagem: ny190519150305

Fouzia Mahabub, the wife of Mohammed Hoque, a Bangladeshi immigrant and cabbie struggling to pay off the loans which financed his taxi medallion, with their children at home in New York.

Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Fouzia Mahabub, the wife of Mohammed Hoque, a Bangladeshi immigrant and cabbie struggling to pay off the loans which financed his taxi medallion, with their children at home in New York, Feb. 18, 2019. Powerful industry leaders made untold millions by artificially driving up the price of taxi medallions; now as competition from Uber and Lyft remakes the industry, drivers like Hoque find themselves in ruin. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Muhammad Ashraf, a Pakistani immigrant ...
Data da imagem: 17/02/2019
Cod. da imagem: ny190519160104
Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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Muhammad Ashraf, a Pakistani immigrant and cabbie who said that a broker duped him into a $780,000 interest-only loan for a medallion, at home in Brooklyn.

Data da imagem: 17/02/2019

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Muhammad Ashraf, a Pakistani immigrant and cabbie who said that a broker duped him into a $780,000 interest-only loan for a medallion, at home in Brooklyn.

Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Muhammad Ashraf, a Pakistani immigrant and cabbie who said that a broker duped him into a $780,000 interest-only loan for a medallion, at home in Brooklyn, Feb. 17, 2019. Powerful industry leaders made untold millions by artificially driving up the price of taxi medallions; now as competition from Uber and Lyft remakes the industry, drivers like Ashraf find themselves in ruin. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Jean Demosthenes, a Haitian immigrant ...
Data da imagem: 10/02/2019
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Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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Jean Demosthenes, a Haitian immigrant and taxi driver who said his car was seized by a debt collector at gunpoint, at home in New York.

Data da imagem: 10/02/2019

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Jean Demosthenes, a Haitian immigrant and taxi driver who said his car was seized by a debt collector at gunpoint, at home in New York.

Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Jean Demosthenes, a Haitian immigrant and taxi driver who said his car was seized by a debt collector at gunpoint, at home in New York, Feb. 10, 2019. Powerful industry leaders made untold millions by artificially driving up the price of taxi medallions; now as competition from Uber and Lyft remakes the industry, drivers like Demosthenes find themselves in ruin. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A taxi graveyard in New York City, ...
Data da imagem: 09/02/2019
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A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face.

Data da imagem: 09/02/2019

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A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face.

Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face, Feb. 9, 2019. Officials blamed the crisis on competition from Uber and Lyft, but much of the devastation can be traced to powerful industry leaders who artificially drove up the price of taxi medallions, the coveted city permits that allow drivers to own their own cabs. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face.

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A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face.

Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face, Feb. 9, 2019. Officials blamed the crisis on competition from Uber and Lyft, but much of the devastation can be traced to powerful industry leaders who artificially drove up the price of taxi medallions, the coveted city permits that allow drivers to own their own cabs. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face.

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A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face.

Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face, Feb. 9, 2019. Officials blamed the crisis on competition from Uber and Lyft, but much of the devastation can be traced to powerful industry leaders who artificially drove up the price of taxi medallions, the coveted city permits that allow drivers to own their own cabs. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face.

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A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face.

Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face, Feb. 9, 2019. Officials blamed the crisis on competition from Uber and Lyft, but much of the devastation can be traced to powerful industry leaders who artificially drove up the price of taxi medallions, the coveted city permits that allow drivers to own their own cabs. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face.

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A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face.

Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face, Feb. 9, 2019. Officials blamed the crisis on competition from Uber and Lyft, but much of the devastation can be traced to powerful industry leaders who artificially drove up the price of taxi medallions, the coveted city permits that allow drivers to own their own cabs. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face.

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A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face.

Crédito: Kholood Eid/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

A taxi graveyard in New York City, where a spate of suicides has highlighted the overwhelming debt many taxi drivers face, Feb. 9, 2019. Officials blamed the crisis on competition from Uber and Lyft, but much of the devastation can be traced to powerful industry leaders who artificially drove up the price of taxi medallions, the coveted city permits that allow drivers to own their own cabs. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A taxi meter shows a cab fare in New ...
Data da imagem: 09/02/2019
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A taxi meter shows a cab fare in New York.

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A taxi meter shows a cab fare in New York.

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A taxi meter shows a cab fare in New York, Feb. 9, 2019. Despite years of warning signs, agencies at every level of government did little to help taxi drivers as they became crushed under overwhelming debt. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A New York City taxi.
Data da imagem: 09/02/2019
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A New York City taxi.

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A New York City taxi.

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A New York City taxi, Feb. 9, 2019. Powerful industry leaders made untold millions by artificially driving up the price of taxi medallions; now as competition from Uber and Lyft remakes the industry, drivers find themselves in ruin. (Kholood Eid/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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