Ride-hailing company Uber is planning to expand into additional cities in Germany this year, its European chief told a German newspaper.
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Uber currently is active in Berlin, Munich, Duesseldorf, and Frankfurt.
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“In the course of the year, we will expand our offering to additional German cities,” Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty, Uber’s vice president and regional general manager of Europe, Middle East, and Africa, told Funke Mediengruppe. He did not specify any locations.
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