Green Mobility launches in Helsinki

The Danish car-charing company opens an office in its seventh city.

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2020 has already opened in Malmö, Gothenburg, Antwerp and Gent, but now Danish car-sharing firm Green Mobility adds another city to the list.

The company launches its service in Helsinki on Dec. 15, which alongside Copenhagen and Aarhus on its domestic market brings the total number of cities to seven.

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