Regulations

European Court May Derail Uber

Tom Halligan
Posted on May 11, 2017
Transportation company or digital platform? European Court will decide.Source: PanArmenian Net (Creative Commons License) 
Transportation company or digital platform? European Court will decide.Source: PanArmenian Net (Creative Commons License) 

Uber suffered a setback to its global expansion plans on Thursday, May 10 when a senior adviser to Europe’s highest court recommended the ride-hailing company comply with the region’s tough transportation rules, potentially hobbling growth of its service across the Continent.

Read New York Times article.

Related Topics: Europe, European operators, regulations, TNCs, Uber

Comments ( 1 )
  • Anthony

     | about 2 years ago

    3 years and uber is finished ... just as uber jets failed. Europe will not be manipulated like all gov officials in the usa. Italy kicked them out, germany not happy about their illegal tactics. China was a failure with a wasted 1,000,000,000 billion dollar loss This company cant keep saying its just an app and they are just a mediator. All those countries including the usa are loosing valuable taxable revenue from all those non workers.

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