Monday, May 1, 2017

Danish government wants to avoid killing the next Uber

Denmark’s prime minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, says that the country isn’t prepared enough for technologically driven changes of the labor market. He wants the country to be better equipped for increased robotization and popularity of the sharing economy by modernizing regulations. The PM’s statement follows Uber’s departure from Denmark, as the ride-sharing company stopped its services last month. As we covered earlier, Uber left because of what it felt was unfairly strict new regulations. Danish politicians passed law which would require taxis to be outfitted with seat sensors, more visible fare meters, and increased video surveillance. Many Danish politicians rejoiced over…

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