On January 22, Didi Chuxing (DiDi), China’s largest ride sharing platform, launched Latin America’s first shared electric vehicle (EV) fleet through its app in Mexico.
Bloomberg reports Chinese ride-hailing company Dida Chuxing is expected to raise up to $300 million in a pre-IPO round.
Xiaoju Car Service, the one-stop car rental and care service platform backed by Didi Chuxing, had reached a cooperation agreement with EV manufacturer Xpeng.
On November 8, Didi decided to implement the same curfew for both male and female passengers, banning both from ride-hailing on Hitch after 8pm.
Chinese travel service provider Ctrip announced yesterday that it will be launching an overseas ride-hailing service on its app to help Chinese tourists on their travels outside of China.
With the development of the Internet, Chinese youngsters can now enjoy convenient life services simply by installing several applications on their smartphones, such as renting apartments with housing platforms like Ziroom and riding with ride-hailing apps like Didi.