Three European governments have put forth regulations that the car-share service Uber calls unfair. Uber claims the bans against it infringe on competition rules, but as the company’s customer base surges, regulators may have to rethink its stance either way. CCTV’s Sandra Gathmann filed this report.
Uber fights against European government bansUber is fighting back against three European governments for unfair regulations. The ride-sharing app claims the bans against it infringe competition rules. But as the company's customer base surges-- Regulators may have to rethink its stance. CCTV's Sandra Gathmann filed this report.
- Uber is now banned in cities like Paris, Berlin, Madrid and Brussels
- Uber has now formally launched complaints to the European Commission against the governments of France Germany and Spain for irregular and unfair treatment.
- EU officials say they’ll explore ways to introduce more uniform transport rules across the entire European market.