Restoring Didi Chuxing’s capability to sign up new customers comes at a time when the company has initiated a new round of lay-offs. Photo: Shutterstock
Restoring Didi Chuxing’s capability to sign up new customers comes at a time when the company has initiated a new round of lay-offs. Photo: Shutterstock

Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing resumes new user registrations, marking latest sign of a thaw in Beijing’s scrutiny of tech sector

  • The Cyber Security Review Office gave Didi the green light to resume user registrations several months after concluding its investigation of the firm
  • The Beijing-based company has vowed ‘to safeguard the platform’s facilities and big data, and maintain national network security’

Restoring Didi Chuxing’s capability to sign up new customers comes at a time when the company has initiated a new round of lay-offs. Photo: Shutterstock
Restoring Didi Chuxing’s capability to sign up new customers comes at a time when the company has initiated a new round of lay-offs. Photo: Shutterstock
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