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A smartphone mounted on the glass of an Uber car. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool)
Sept. 2 (Bloomberg) — A German taxi organization won a fast-track ruling that may halt the use of UberTechnologies Inc.’s ride-hailing application in the country.

Uber drivers don’t have the necessary permits to carry passengers under German law, a Frankfurt court said in the emergency ruling dated Aug. 25, citing evidence provided by Taxi Deutschland Service Gesellschaft fuer Taxizentralen eG. The Frankfurt case is one of at least four legal actions against the company in the country.

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