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England: Uber Faces Operating Ban in London

(Jan. 13, 2020) On November 25, 2019, Transport for London (TfL), the authority responsible for regulating London’s public transport network and taxi and private hire operators, and for managing the area’s main roads, announced that Uber would not be granted a new license to operate in London due to a “pattern of failures … including […]

Egypt: Ministerial Resolution Issued to Regulate Activities of Ride-Sharing Companies

(Oct. 22, 2019) On September 18, 2019, Egypt’s cabinet issued Resolution No. 2180 of 2019, which regulates ride-sharing companies operating in Egypt, such as Uber. The Resolution acts as the executive regulation of Law No. 87 of 2018 concerning land transportation services. Under the Egyptian legal system, an executive regulation is used to clarify the […]