Photos uploaded on Chinese microblogging site Weibo show a ‘go-slow’ campaign in Guangzhou last July as cabbies protested how car-hailing apps were encroaching on their business. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Guangzhou loses 100,000 drivers as China’s Didi Kuaidi, Uber and rival car-hailing apps pressured to ditch non-local plates

Local authorities claim drivers have been heading to other cities to skirt a quota on newly issued registration plates, which has added to inner-city congestion

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Photos uploaded on Chinese microblogging site Weibo show a ‘go-slow’ campaign in Guangzhou last July as cabbies protested how car-hailing apps were encroaching on their business. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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