Chinese Authorities Crack Down On Didi

Published on 26 Aug 2018, 23:33
Reuters reports that China’s police and transport ministry made a statement on Sunday concerning the country’s largest ride-hailing firm Didi Chuxing. They said Didi had “unshirkable responsibility” for a ride-sharing passenger being raped and killed by a driver in the eastern city of Wenzhou.
The company met with both ministries in Beijing and the nearby port city of Tianjin. The official Xinhua news agency reported they were ordered to carry out a complete reform of its platform to ensure safety standards.
According to Xinhua, a Didi representative said the company felt deeply responsible and would complete by Sept 1 a new compliance operation to be inspected by the ministries and the public.

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