Uber’s taxi company is recovering faster than expected in Europe. The drivers are now back to 80% of the turnover they achieved in May 2019.
However, the distribution of turnover recovery is uneven. In Germany and Spain, the company is almost entirely at the old level, in France, the proportion is 70%.
As the corona restrictions in Europe become more relaxed, individuals and businessmen will once again find it easier to use Uber from A to B.In England, like Financial Times In addition, the company must find another 20,000 drivers to meet future demand.
In Europe, Uber’s taxi business has been launched in 40 new cities in recent months. It now operates in a total of 340 cities.
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