German court bars Uber from competing in Frankfurt

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German court bans Uber’s ridesharing service

The ruling stems from a suit brought against Uber by a German taxi association, which was heard in Frankfurt because it is one of several German cities where Uber launched operations.

The court issued an injunction banning Uber from operating last summer but lifted it a few weeks later, saying that while it considered Uber’s practices illegal an emergency injunction wasn’t justified.


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One comment

  1. Lizan

    I don’t know why Uber is banned by different countries. One way I can understand is that country would like to protect their tax industry competition from overseas competitor. while as a customer, I like Uber service, they respect customer time and save customer money. The value of tax service is half lesser than the regular tax service. I support Uber, and I don’t think he is guilty.

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