Friday, May 13, 2016

Another Day, Another European Country Ban Uber Pop.


Another day, another European country bans Uber Pop. This time it’s Sweden that has called time on the company’s ridesharing service.

According to Fortune Magazine:

A March 23 decision by an appeals court in Stockholm upheld one of several rulings in lower courts that UberPOP drivers were breaking the law by driving without taxi permits.

Uber said it hoped it could relaunch the service soon. Its final UberPOP offerings in Stockholm and Gothenburg will run on May 18.

If you’re keeping track, that makes Uber Pop banned in France, Germany, Spain and… well… pretty much everywhere else in Western Europe. A source close to the company recently said, "at this point, Uber's strongest European markets are London and Estonia."

WANT TO BE AMAZED ? 

Then check out  >this Wikipedia page<

It lists all the places where Uber has been banned or otherwise attacked by regulators. The list is massive.


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