How will China’s ride-hailing rules affect the market？
Didi Chuxing announced an ambitious global expansion.
About a month after resigning from Uber China, Liu Zhen is joining another hot startup.
Drivers in Qingdao may earn money with ride-hailing services without a local hukou – but that is not the whole story.
Chinese authorities demand drivers on ride hailing platforms have a local license plate and a local hukou.
Ride-hailing drivers must now pass exams to continue their business.
China’s ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing announced its strategic cooperation with state-owned company China Postal Express & Logistics Co., Ltd.
Less subsidies would be available for both ride-hailers and drivers in China, which is not necessarily a bad thing.
With the marriage of the two biggest ride-hailing platforms in China, it seems inevitable that prices for users would go up.
To avoid large scale resignation, Uber China is rewarding its staff with six months base salary, a leaked photo suggests.