by David Abrahams on 23 May 2019
This week's top three: E-scooters get the green light in Germany, ride hailing companies in Romania ask to be regulated, Barcelona imposes a one hour wait time on ride hailing.
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David’s is an experienced public affairs practitioner with a background in competition regulation and a particular focus on technology, mobility, telecoms and internet infrastructure. He leads Inline's mobility practice.
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