Uber Lithuania Software and Development has joined the Lithuanian Business Confederation, a group that unifies the biggest service companies in the country.
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According to the president of the confederation, Valdas Sutkus, "Uber will make a breakthrough in passenger transportation services, because this service can be provided by anyone who has a properly working car. The digital platform will allow students or older people to earn additional money at a convenient time because there are no heavy restrictions."

Uber, an international ride sharing service, has launched operations in Vilnius last week.

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