A taxi driver is reflected in a side mirror as he uses the Didi Chuxing car-hailing application in Beijing. Ride-hailing users should expect fewer cash subsidies on their trips rides following Didi’s Uber China buyout. Photo: Reuters

Fewer cash subsidies after Didi-Uber merger, analysts say

Users will see increase in quality of ride-hailing services as operators compete on services provided

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A taxi driver is reflected in a side mirror as he uses the Didi Chuxing car-hailing application in Beijing. Ride-hailing users should expect fewer cash subsidies on their trips rides following Didi’s Uber China buyout. Photo: Reuters
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