China’s Proposes Stricter Laws Targeted At Ridesharing Apps Like Didi Kuaidi And Uber

Beijing China street traffic Shutterstock China’s ministry of transportation has proposed new guidelines that would significantly increase the amount of power the government holds over ridesharing apps like Didi Kuaidi and Uber. If enforced, the regulations may provide clarity for companies, which have run into a multitude of legal headaches, but it could also force them to retool their business models and operate more like… Read More

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