Come April, Uber will say goodbye to Denmark as the country starts enforcing new taxi laws—requiring taxi meters and surveillance equipment in vehicles—that will make it impossible for Uber to keep operating in Copenhagen, the only city in Denmark where Uber was doing business. 

Uber says there are 300,000 riders and 2,000 drivers in Denmark currently. Those drivers would also be affected by a new law that sets a limit on issuing new cab licenses per quarter (125) that would dramatically curtail the addition of new drivers.  Read more...

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A rough 2017 continues to unspool for Uber, the ride-share company that can’t  catch a break—not even in Europe. 

Come April, Uber will say goodbye to Denmark as the country starts enforcing new taxi laws—requiring taxi meters and surveillance equipment in vehicles—that will make it impossible for Uber to keep operating in Copenhagen, the only city in Denmark where Uber was doing business. 

Uber says there are 300,000 riders and 2,000 drivers in Denmark currently. Those drivers would also be affected by a new law that sets a limit on issuing new cab licenses per quarter (125) that would dramatically curtail the addition of new drivers.  Read more…

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