DiDi Global has suspended plans to expand in Europe partly because of concerns over how the Chinese ride-hailing company handles passenger data, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Chinese-owned Uber Technologies rival Didi Chuxing Technology – better known as DiDi – will be launched in Johannesburg and Pretoria next Monday, 23 August.
President Xi Jinping’s government is reining in the country’s most powerful corporations and their billionaire founders, including Alibaba Group, Tencent Holdings and Didi Global. But why?
China’s DiDi Chuxing Technology Co, which is backed by SoftBank Group and other investors, said on Monday it will start a ride-hailing service in Cape Town.
Ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing raised more than $5,5bn from investors, scoring the single largest round of funding on record to bankroll an expansion beyond China and into driver-less technology. Didi disclosed the financing in an
Uber Technologies will sell its China business to Didi Chuxing, the dominant ride-hailing service in the country, according to people familiar with the matter, ending a costly battle between the two companies