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Uber 'agrees' to halt services

Bangkok Post Monday, 20 March 2017
Car-hailing service Uber agreed Monday with the Transport Ministry to jointly conduct a study into ways of legalising the service in Thailand, where it is currently viewed as violating public transport laws.
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News video: Uber to end services in Denmark after new taxi law

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Uber is halting its services in Demark next month after the government passed a taxi law, enforcing new mandatory requirements. The ride-hailing service, which currently has about 2,000 drivers and 300,000 riders on the app in the country, will leave Denmark on April 18. the company statement read....

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