Aoeber denounces to spain before the ec to ban their service
Ãœber has filed a complaint against Spain to the European Commission by banning its application of transportation services claiming that this veto violates Community standards, as they have confirmed to Reuters company supplies.
Commercial judge number 2 of Madrid ruled on December 9 the prohibition throughout the national territory of the activities of Ã¼ber as unfair competition with respect to traditional taxi services. Justice was thus estimated measures precautionary that he claimed the Madrid Association of Taxi. The U.S. suspended days later its activity in Spain.
At the time of the ban, the EU Executive already warned Spain that any measure on Ã¼ber should respect the principles of proportionality, non-discrimination and freedom of establishment. In any case, currently there are no Ã¼ber EU legislation, so the regulation of taxi services is in the hands of Member States.
Several Commissioners met last January with the CEO of Uber, Travis Talanick, and passed him that your company must respect European laws.
If to examine the complaint of Ã¼ber any infringement of Community law, the Commission could open a record against Spain.