A taxi driver is reflected in a side mirror as he uses the Didi Chuxing ride-hailing application in Beijing. The country’s largest ride-hailing app operator plans to invest at least US$151 million to build up its fleet of new-energy vehicles and create a new ride-sharing platform for car rental firms to link with customers.

Didi Chuxing, China’s Uber, to enter ‘car-sharing’ market with US$151m investment

The country’s largest ride-hailing app operator aims to build a fleet of electric cars and other new-energy vehicles for its proposed new service

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A taxi driver is reflected in a side mirror as he uses the Didi Chuxing ride-hailing application in Beijing. The country’s largest ride-hailing app operator plans to invest at least US$151 million to build up its fleet of new-energy vehicles and create a new ride-sharing platform for car rental firms to link with customers.
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