Beijing summoned 11 ride-hailing companies, Didi included, on Wednesday to order them to stop “vicious competition” that had erupted amid Didi’s cybersecurity probe. Photo: AFP
Beijing summoned 11 ride-hailing companies, Didi included, on Wednesday to order them to stop “vicious competition” that had erupted amid Didi’s cybersecurity probe. Photo: AFP

Beijing orders ride-hailing firms to end ‘vicious competition’ as Didi Chuxing’s cybersecurity investigation continues

  • Chinese regulators told 11 ride-hailing platforms, including Meituan and Didi Chuxing, to stop ‘disorderly expansion’ and using ‘false publicity’ for recruiting
  • Didi’s rivals have been trying to grab more market share while the industry giant remains preoccupied by Beijing’s cybersecurity probe

Topic |   Didi Chuxing
Beijing summoned 11 ride-hailing companies, Didi included, on Wednesday to order them to stop “vicious competition” that had erupted amid Didi’s cybersecurity probe. Photo: AFP
Beijing summoned 11 ride-hailing companies, Didi included, on Wednesday to order them to stop “vicious competition” that had erupted amid Didi’s cybersecurity probe. Photo: AFP
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