Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Uber divides Danish politicians with threat to leave

Uber announced at a press conference this morning that the ride-sharing company will leave Denmark on April 18. The company cites new unfavorable taxi legislation, which has been presented in the Danish parliament, as the reason for the company’s sudden departure. Kristian Agerbo, spokesperson for Uber Nordic, made it clear during the press conference that Uber would stay if the proposed legislation changes. It should be said that this is not necessarily a farewell to Denmark. This is a message to politicians and others that this legislation will greatly affect us and that we can’t accept it as it stands. Neither…

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