The Spanish Supreme Court rules that ride-hailing services do not restrict competition and the restrictions imposed on them are unjustified and disproportionate (VTCs)

The ongoing conflict between ride-hailing services (known in Spain as "VTCs"), such as Uber, and the taxi sector has led to a new ruling from the Spanish Supreme Court that confirms the view of the Spanish Competition Authority (the "CNMC") that the restrictions imposed on the VTCs are unjustified and disproportionate. This dispute began with the approval of the Spanish Royal Decree 1076/2017, of 29 December, which established additional measures to limit and control the use of licenses to

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Patricia Linan Hernandez, Candela Sotés Macaya, The Spanish Supreme Court rules that ride-hailing services do not restrict competition and the restrictions imposed on them are unjustified and disproportionate (VTCs), 10 March 2020, e-Competitions September 2020, Art. N° 96498

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