Germany refers case on Uber sedan service to European court

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KARLSRUHE, Germany (Reuters) – Germany’s highest court on Thursday referred a case seeking to ban Uber’s sedan services with licensed drivers to the European Court of Justice to decide whether a ban of the “Uber Black” service would violate broader European Union laws.