On July 7th, BYD's official Weibo account announced that BYD's Brazilian subsidiary has recently partnered with 99, a Brazilian ride-hailing platform under Didi.
On June 13, Didi Chuxing, a leading ride-hailing platform, introduced a new express delivery service called Didi Express. The platform has integrated Dada Express, Flash Delivery, and UU Errands to provide immediate delivery of small items.
In recent years, the competition in the online ride-hailing industry has become increasingly fierce. Autonomous driving has become an important focus for online ride-hailing platforms. Didi, T3 Go, Cao Cao Mobility and other online ride-hailing platforms have successively announced their plans for autonomous driving and proposed "small goals".
On May 10, DiDi Autonomous Driving, which is the self-driving technology division of DiDi Global, announced a strengthened partnership with GAC AION, subsidiary of GAC Group. They will set up a joint venture to mass produce electric Robotaxi under a joint project named "AIDI".
From April 28th to May 4th, DiDi will distribute a total of ¥200 million RMB ($29 million USD) in rewards to drivers using the DiDi ride-hailing app in nearly 80 cities across China.
On April 25th, Xiaoju Charging announced the launch of the industry's first charging interruption compensation service. It currently covers all Xiaoju Preferred Stations in Hangzhou, China.
Nowadays, the number of new energy vehicles in China has exceeded 10 million, and more and more consumers are choosing to buy electric cars. Recently, Xiaoju Charging, a smart charging operator under DiDi Chuxing, launched "Xiaoju Preferred Station", which focuses on improving users' charging experience from operational, service and product technology aspects.
According to an internal notice circulated by Chinese food delivery giant Meituan on March 6, the company will reduce resources and manpower investment in its online ride-hailing sector.
Fu Qiang, senior vice president of Didi and CEO of the Urban Transportation and Service Department within the ride-hailing giant, will leave his post in the near future, and his next job is unknown.
Chen Liang, senior vice president of Meituan and member of the S-team, the highest decision-making body, has recently resigned from his position. In fact, in the past year, Chen has gradually faded out of the daily operation and management of the Chinese food delivery giant.
Didi, a Chinese ride-hailing giant which recently resumed the registration of new users, launched an incentive program for drivers operating within Beijing's Fifth Ring Road.
Chinese shared car specialist Didi's smaller and similarly named rival, Dida, just filed for a Hong Kong IPO on February 20. The nine-year-old startup, which specializes in the business of carpooling with strangers, had failed two previous listing applications.
Plus, a self-driving truck company, may initiate its US listing plan again by merging its Chinese business into Full Truck Alliance, a digital freight platform. The official announcement will be unveiled in March this year.
After over a year of being reviewed by Chinese regulators, online ride-hailing platform Didi officially announced on January 16 that it has resumed new user registration.
Placing an order for a ride within ByteDance's short video app Douyin has become a reality. The platform has allowed online ride-hailing service providers' mini-programs to settle in the app.
Atour Lifestyle, a leading Chinese hotel chain, submitted its prospectus to the US Securities and Exchange Commission on November 7, with plans to officially list on the Nasdaq under the stock code "ATAT" on November 14.
Wang Xing, chairman and CEO of Meituan, and Mu Rongjun, executive director, both no longer shareholders of Shanghai Tutuan Technology Co., Ltd., the main operator of Meituan's online ride-hailing business.
The Hurun Research Institute released its Global Unicorn Index 2022 Half-Year Report on August 30, offering a ranking of the world’s startups founded since 2000 and worth at least $1 billion, although not yet listed on a public exchange.
On the evening of July 25, a screenshot related to Didi's ongoing bankruptcy audit was leaked by an accounting firm employee. On Chinese social media platform Weibo, a user suspected of being a Didi employee confirmed that the firm's car-sharing business is going into liquidation.
China's Ministry of Transport issued a document on July 22 requiring the transportation authorities of all cities to collect license information of car-hailing companies and their vehicles and drivers for real-time sharing.