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Careem driver A Careem Networks FZ driver uses a smartphone to view the ride-hailing application on Palm Jumeirah island as skyscrapers stand beyond in the Dubai Marina district in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018.  (Photo: Bloomberg/Bloomberg(

Dubai-based ride-hailing service Careem Networks FZ is looking for new ways to get ahead of main rival Uber Technologies Inc. in the Middle East.

Careem launched an accident insurance program for passengers as well as drivers in Turkey and is planning to soon expand the service to other countries in the region, said Ibrahim Manna, managing director for emerging markets.

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