Didi Kuaidi and Lyft launched a U.S. ride-sharing service for Chinese visitors on Tuesday.
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On Thursday, Lyft president John Zimmer announced that the US ride-hailing service will partner with Ola and GrabTaxi to extend its reach in Asia, following a partnership with Didi Kuaidi.
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The goal of John Zimmer’s latest trip to China is to integrate Lyft and Didi apps so that both can be used in China and the U.S.
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The President of Didi Kuaidi assures her employees in a light-hearted note that she is on track to recovery and Didi will maintain momentum in her absence.