Uber drivers say they will go on strike if the company doesn't raise fares and change its operations. The international transport app intends to cut fares 20 per cent and slash the cost of becoming a driver from up to $2000 to $20, which will take just six days via a third-party company. The NZ Transport agency says Uber's new driver requirements are illegal.

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