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Uber presented two additional services in Zagreb today – Comfort and XL, which will enable users to choose vehicles of a higher class or vehicles with more space. Uber Comfort is intended for users who need the service of transport in higher class vehicles with drivers who have a minimum of 250 completed journeys and an average rating above 4,9. In addition, users who opt for Uber Comfort will be given the option of declaring preferences about talking to the driver or the temperature in the vehicle. The option will be available to them after they have chosen the Comfort service and set a destination, before the final confirmation of the ride. The minimum amount of driving with the Comfort service is HRK 17, the start fee is HRK 8, the price per minute is HRK 0,80, while the mileage fee is HRK 4,60. By the way, Croatia had the honor of hosting the world premiere of the UberBOAT service, and obviously we are still attractive enough as a destination for the premieres of new UBER services, which certainly contributes to a better image of Croatia. “We are still fully committed to doing business in Croatia. We take our customer feedback seriously and provide them with new options to make their experience better, such as vehicle type options or talking to the driver. By expanding the existing offer in Zagreb, we will meet the specific needs of airline users who often have excess luggage, users who want higher class vehicles, but also those who want to drive without talking, ” said Davor Tremac, Uber’s general manager for Southeast Europe. The second Uber XL service is intended for users who travel in groups and need up to 6 seats. In this way, users are allowed to simply choose Uber XL instead of ordering two X services, which is ultimately more cost-effective for them. With the Uber XL, the minimum driving amount is HRK 20, the start fee is HRK 10, the price per minute is HRK 1,10, and per kilometer is HRK 6. / / / MORE THAN 190 THOUSAND FOREIGN TOURISTS USED UBER DURING THE SUMMER SEASON ON THE CROATIAN COAST As part of the Comfort service, users in Zagreb will have the option of user preferences for the first time in Europe, which means that passengers will be able to tell the driver in advance whether they want to drive without talking and whether they prefer higher or lower temperatures inside the vehicle. / / / UBER AS THE AMBASSADOR OF CROATIAN TOURISM
After meeting in the ‘Group of Death’ curtain raiser at the FIFA U-20 World Cup Turkey 2013, France and Ghana will renew their rivalry in the semi-finals. Having come off worse in that initial fixture, the Africans’ pursuit of revenge will be a compelling subplot to the encounter as they look to lift the title for a second time. However, the possibility of reaching a first final at this level will be all the motivation France need.The ScheduleFrance – Ghana, Bursa, Wednesday 10 July, 18:00 (local time)The Match of the DayThe Bursa Ataturk Stadium will provide the stage for the heavyweight bout between two teams whose fortunes have followed very different paths since their opening game. After finishing as group runners-up, France steamrollered their way into the last four with a barrage of goals, following up a 4-1 triumph over hosts Turkey with a 4-0 rout of Uzbekistan in the quarter-finals.By contrast, Ghana were the last side to reach the knockout stages and only scraped through as one of the best third-placed finishers. After defeating Portugal 3-2, a thrilling 4-3 triumph over Chile ensued, with the winning goal coming with virtually the last kick of the game in extra time. However, the Black Satellites have paid a high price for their taxing route to the last four, with three key players already ruled out: defenders Joseph Attamah and Lawrence Lartey, as well as midfield schemer Moses Odjer.France’s 3-1 win earlier in the tournament was only the second fixture between the two in the competition’s history. The inaugural meeting was a goalless draw in the group stage at Argentina 2001, where Ghana went on to earn a runners-up medal.The Number13 – The amount of goals France have scored on their way to the last four at Turkey 2013, one more than Ghana. The pair are not only the highest-scoring sides in the tournament, but also the most trigger-happy: the Africans have fired 114 efforts goalwards, while their French counterparts have had 86 attempts. Yet the biggest statistical difference between the two is at the other end of the pitch. Les Bleuets have only let in five goals so far, compared to Ghana’s ten, the most of any remaining nation. The Player to watchYaya SanogoAs France’s leading scorer with four goals, striker Yaya Sanogo will spearhead his country’s charge to reach their first ever FIFA U-20 World Cup final. Having found the net against every opponent so far except Spain, Ghana will need to keep a close eye on the new Arsenal front man.The Words“The more we’ve played together as a team, the better we’ve been. That’s very important because we’re going up against a strong Ghana side in the semi-finals,” France striker Jean-Christophe Bahebeck.“If we start believing we can allow ourselves to fall behind again, we’d be completely wrong. We’ve used up all our luck. There’s no way we can keep on conceding goals and let our opponents take the lead. We can win the World Cup, but things have to change in terms of letting in goals,” Ghana forward Ebenezer Assifuah.