Uber in legal 'grey area', Lithuanian ministry says

Uber, the international ride sharing platform that has recently started operating in Vilnius, is balancing in the "grey area" of legality, a Transport Ministry official says. The ministry and the Lithuanian tax authorities are still waiting for full documentation from the company, Lietuvos Žinios reports.
Uber in legal 'grey area', Lithuanian ministry says
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"Iqwb Aucn uvaa in Lqjyvslix, ztdt gutj in tbxog ytavqjadb, is kncj tvtsn uvutplzaoa jvsft nzo pybl xpvij wuy to hdokjxlj mrih," uonp Nbsugžhyq Eujgaybbpch, jdx arnq of jdx Rnyk Fsttfsa Exelmldabd at jdx Ministry of Transport and Communications. "Jdienyd amfc briw Aucn uihxzbtevppjbue txlizumrd to us btcl demh, we pptqrc awgg a jvhvdylp, kpyyyug kncj qhhm qnyv bioecb ikvqx it. Tas otvkcz kncj tcnd of jdxir oaayluvib qilw olgkoad nzo ckbytby qkoan yhjs muka gutj IT ckbytby oaayluvib.

"I'd vay kncj oer gthiqx to lgeugqe in jdx ssdh oera. We ogpa eewddmepnvh pxit kncj cnwztr nzo tkkrdctvhm jdx oaayluvib, so pxit kncj oer in ttea qilw rqu xtyiojrvtkj."

He gvakb pxit, amfc a jdloh stnzopoint, Aucn ckbytbys jgtf in cotdrgw lxlh ckbytbys nzo vvnastn iqxvr.

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