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Didi’s original plan sparked discussions among women in China as some viewed it as inequitable.
The service has already been available in Guadalajara and Monterrey.
It is also piloting a women’s safety program.
DiDi app’s Japanese version was also the most downloaded taxi-hailing app in Japan in August and September.
It is estimated that over 1 million expats work and live in China.
While giant Didi is still burning cash, new contenders are turning profitable.
Wei Junqing, a veteran from Aptive, will be the CTO of Didi’s new self-driving spinoff.
The list aims to showcase the performance of top local startups and appeal to the country’s best talent.
China’s largest ride-hailing platform is accused of dodging regulation on purpose and its app is at risk of being removed from the marketplace.
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