A judge in Spain ordered Uber to stop operating in the country as a cautionary measure proposed by the Madrid Taxi Association. Cab associations in Spain have filed complaints against the app-based car service for fostering unfair competition for licensed taxi drivers. The judge from a Madrid mercantile court issued the suspension without hearing arguments from Uber. The ruling instructed all telecommunications and electronic-payment firms to stop processing interactions with Uber. The Spanish suspension comes just days after New Delhi’s ban on Uber, after a driver allegedly raped a woman during a taxi ride.