Uber has prospered by offering generous subsidies to drivers and passengers to shore up its market share, but locals in Guangzhou wonder if the new Ru yue service will prove popular once it rolls back its 50 per cent discounts. Photo: Martin Chan

China’s Guangzhou to open up government-backed Uber-like car-hailing app after trial run, but locals not convinced

Residents see little competitive advantage to new service vis-a-vis Didi Kuaidi, Uber

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Uber has prospered by offering generous subsidies to drivers and passengers to shore up its market share, but locals in Guangzhou wonder if the new Ru yue service will prove popular once it rolls back its 50 per cent discounts. Photo: Martin Chan
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