Uber is banned in Italy

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While Uber is battling Waymo at home, the American company is likewise having issues abroad. As Reuters detailed, an Italian court has requested Uber to stop all exercises in all of Italy. The court says Uber speaks to unreasonable rivalry for cab drivers.

Specifically, the court in Rome says that Uber is a transportation organization yet doesn’t regard transportation laws — rates aren’t set by the transportation specialist. That was the principle dispute point for customary taxi relationship as they can’t contend with Uber on cost.

Uber has 10 days to close down every one of its exercises and can’t run any publicizing effort. From that point forward, the organization should pay €10,000 every day if the organization still works (€3.65 million every year). Starting today, you can in any case arrange a Uber ride in Italy.

Uber told La Repubblica that it will offer the choice. The organization said that the transportation law is obsolete and doesn’t profit Italian clients.

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