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The rise of ride-sharing service Uber has been nothing but stellar in the past couple of years, with the service currently being available in more than 200 cities. In Europe, however, it’s been banned in several major cities, and some EU countries slapped it with court injunctions for violating taxi licensing regulations

In 2015, the company CEO Travis Kalanick wants to change that

“We want to make 2015 the year when we create new partnerships with European cities. If we can make those partnerships happen, we could create 50,000 new jobs,” Kalanick said at the …

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Source:: Uber looks to start fresh in Europe

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