Mid last year, the Egypt government demand Uber submit data information the company has on its riders.
As of today, a regulatory court in Cairo ruled Tuesday for halting the administrations of ride hailing applications, Uber and Careem in Egypt, A local daily paper al-Ahram says on its site.
The two organizations had been the objective of dissents by cab drivers grumbling that their drivers were not required to pay the weighty charges to work their transportation vehicles.
The court has acknowledged a request of documented by a legal counselor requesting the legislature to stop the action of Uber and Careem in Egypt and their versatile applications.
While the choice is liable to bid, a legal counselor for the cabbies, Khaled al-Gamal guaranteed us that the legislature should execute the choice regardless of whether Uber and Careem bid.
"They should stop their exercises and piece their portable application on the Internet," he said.
However, Careem said on Twitter that the administration "guarantees congruity of tasks ordinarily and that it has not gotten any official warning" requesting that it stop its exercises.
Uber's agents in Egypt are yet to react to the court's choice.
The two administrations have turned out to be exceptionally prominent in Egypt where numerous clients gripe about the nature of administration offered by taxis, which in some cases decline to turn on their meters.
The American Uber is available in numerous nations. Careem, situated in the United Arab Emirates, is available in the Middle East and Asia.