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Uber Loses EU Case

The ride-hailing app was classified as a “service in the field of transport” by the European Court of Justice (ECJ).

The ECJ has ruled against Uber following a case it brought after being told to obey local taxi laws in Barcelona. The decision means that it is up to individual member states to decide how they wish to regulate Uber, since it is now classified as a taxi company under EU law. The company announced that although the decision will not impact its existing operations across the European bloc, which comply with local taxi laws, its expansion into new areas of the EU will be halted. Going forward, the result of the case is likely to have wider implications on the rest of the gig economy.

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