Didi has struggled to regain the trust of the public since 2018, when two female passengers on its Hitch car-pooling service were murdered months apart. Photo: Reuters Didi has struggled to regain the trust of the public since 2018, when two female passengers on its Hitch car-pooling service were murdered months apart. Photo: Reuters
Didi has struggled to regain the trust of the public since 2018, when two female passengers on its Hitch car-pooling service were murdered months apart. Photo: Reuters

Chinese ride-hailing firm Didi vows to do better after fleet owner attempts suicide, blaming company in note

  • Yan Baocai, who owns a car leasing company in Shanxi province, tried to kill himself last week due to business woes he linked to Didi
  • The company said it had met with him and would “spare no effort” to improve

Topic |   Didi Chuxing
Didi has struggled to regain the trust of the public since 2018, when two female passengers on its Hitch car-pooling service were murdered months apart. Photo: Reuters Didi has struggled to regain the trust of the public since 2018, when two female passengers on its Hitch car-pooling service were murdered months apart. Photo: Reuters
Didi has struggled to regain the trust of the public since 2018, when two female passengers on its Hitch car-pooling service were murdered months apart. Photo: Reuters
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