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Didi grapples with Chinese cities’ draft laws

Didi has suffered a bolt from the blue, as Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen each rolled out specific regulations for the car hailing business on Saturday. The rules are harsh, to say the least, and have brought the ride hailing behemoth to its knees, arguing for possible remedy from the authorities. The newly published draft interpretations from […]
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