The bike-sharing industry has now shifted its focus to financial sustainability and higher profit margins.
As Meituan-Dianping further invades Didi Chuxing’s market, how can Didi maintain its monopoly on China’s ride-hailing market?
Meituan-Dianping aims to take on the prominent ride-hailing market leader, Didi Chuxing.
China’s car-hailing giant has made three major international deals this year in the wake of Uber’s setbacks.
Former Uber China staff continue to develop new services for Didi Chuxing.
AllChinaTech looks back at Uber China’s over two years’ history in the world’s most populous internet market.
The new app no longer supports overseas credit cards. Users registered on Uber in other countries can not use Uber China.
Didi Chuxing announced an ambitious global expansion.
Drivers in Qingdao may earn money with ride-hailing services without a local hukou – but that is not the whole story.