Uber forced to leave Brussels — what happened to the company’s European dream?

Uber will be forced to halt all operations in Brussels from November 26, following a ruling issued by the city’s Court of Appeal on Wednesday, De Stanaard reports While this blow to the ride-hailing giant’s business might come as a surprise to some, it has been brewing for over six years. Uber entered Brussels in 2014 with UberPop, where private individuals could register to transport people for a fee. But a year later, local taxi company Taxis Vert filed a lawsuit against it and the court ruled that such a service didn’t comply with regulations. Uber reformed its services in Brussels following…This...

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