A Didi Chuxing driver on the job in Beijing, China on August 28, 2018. Photo: Reuters A Didi Chuxing driver on the job in Beijing, China on August 28, 2018. Photo: Reuters
A Didi Chuxing driver on the job in Beijing, China on August 28, 2018. Photo: Reuters

Beijing orders Meituan, Didi Chuxing and other ride-hailing providers to give drivers a fair share of revenue

  • The cyberspace watchdog and several other regulators summoned ride-hailing providers for a lecture
  • The companies are accused of taking an unfair share of commissions from drivers

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A Didi Chuxing driver on the job in Beijing, China on August 28, 2018. Photo: Reuters A Didi Chuxing driver on the job in Beijing, China on August 28, 2018. Photo: Reuters
A Didi Chuxing driver on the job in Beijing, China on August 28, 2018. Photo: Reuters
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