Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing (Didi) has launched Huaxiaozhu, a new economy ride-sharing service targeting younger users.
China’s largest ride-hailing giant DiDi Chuxing is said to be considering an initial public offering in Hong Kong by the end of this year.
As Chinese subways remain relatively desolate, Didi’s been the transportation option of choice for many Chinese who would much rather take the risk of riding a car with just one person than a subway cart with a dozen.
In terms of Australia’s most populous city and largest ride-hailing market, Didi plans to roll out its Sydney launch with DiDi Express and DiDi Max services first.
A special fleet of DiDi drivers dressed in protective uniforms and driving regularly disinfected vehicles now offers around the clock free transportation to all hospital staff in Wuhan.
Didi Chuxing (“DiDi”) on Friday shared the latest progress of its collaboration with railway hubs in China.
At 9 am of December 23, ride-hailing giant Didi officially re-launched its hitch service in five Chinese cities including Beijing and Changsha.
BYTON has signed an agreement with Marubeni Corporation on December 5, making the Japanese company an investor in BYTON’s ongoing Series C funding.
On November 9, a seemingly mundane Didi ride in the Chinese city of Nanjing spiraled out of control resulting in the passenger and driver coming to blows.
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.
China’s ride-hailing behemoth Didi Chuxing announced on September 24 that its English language interface in China, DiDi English, has served more than 2 million users across 430 cities in China since its launch in 2017.
It has been 325 days since Didi’s Hitch service was suspended. On July 18, DiDi held a press conference, focusing on issues concerning its Hitch business.
Almost three years after Didi emerged triumphant in the war for the Chinese market, the two ride-hailing companies have again clashed over emerging markets like Latin America. As Uber and Didi are at different stages in their development, with different strategies, the key question is: what's next in the race for global mobility domination?
Following the recent rape-and-murder case, Didi, the ride-hailing giant in China, announced the launch of a safety rectification plan on September 4, suspending all late-night ride-hailing services across the platform for a whole week.
China has rapidly developed into the world's long-standing leader in mobile payments. Foreigners visiting China are always surprised by the prevalence of convenient mobile payments. In recent years, Alibaba and Tencent has accelerated their overseas development, especially in Southeast Asia.