Denmark - Regulation that could tackle Uber - February 28, 2017

A majority in the parliament has welcomed a taxi law that could end up being the ultimate barrier for Uber’s activities. Among other changes, the law stipulates it will become obligatory for taxis to have seat sensors, video surveillance and taxi meters. Uber that has clashed with the taxi drivers, unions and authorities since hitting the streets of Denmark in 2014 thinks to circumvent the law by pointing out that it does not operate as a taxi company, but as a carpooling system using private cars.

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