Uber’s String of International Setbacks Continues in Israel — Fortune

Uber’s past keeps giving headaches to Uber’s present management. This time, the company is banned in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Uber has been ordered to halt a trial service in Tel Aviv that the U.S. ride-hailing company had hoped would pave the way for full operations in Israel.

Given that Uber is in more than 600 cities worldwide, at a banning a week, we’re only 11 and a half years from the end of this streak. 


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