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.
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