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Why China Is Proposing Strict Rules On The Ride-Hailing Market

China might have officially legalized online ride-hailing services just a few months ago, but now it’s making a U-turn. Its biggest cities are proposing new regulations that might curb the growth of an online ride-hailing market that consultancy Roland Berger predicts will reach 500 billion yuan in 2020. In the past [...]
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