A Didi driver in Beijing. (Picture: Jason Lee/Reuters)A Didi driver in Beijing. (Picture: Jason Lee/Reuters)
A Didi driver in Beijing. (Picture: Jason Lee/Reuters)

Didi, China’s rival to Uber, explains why it makes no profit

Ride-hailing services around the world struggle to keep up with expenses

Topic |   Didi Chuxing
A Didi driver in Beijing. (Picture: Jason Lee/Reuters)A Didi driver in Beijing. (Picture: Jason Lee/Reuters)
A Didi driver in Beijing. (Picture: Jason Lee/Reuters)
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