The head of the Irish branch of Uber, the taxi service valued at €62 billion, has hit out at the Department of Transport’s stance on the introduction of its controversial ride-sharing platform in Ireland.
The department strongly advised incoming transport minister Shane Ross not to allow the firm to offer its ride-sharing service, which relies on ordinary drivers rather than licensed taxi drivers.
Speaking to The Sunday Business Post this weekend, Uber country...
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