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.
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.
On January 18, an app that has been described as the first Chinese state-backed transportation platform reportedly got support from the country's Ministry of Transport. However, authorities declared that they had no relationship with the app.
Shenzhen-based Huawei initiated testing for the "Petal Travel" ride-hailing app on July 4. This digital platform brings together high-quality taxi providers in China to provide travel services for users.
Baidu announced on Monday that Beijing authorities had issued a new batch of driverless licenses to the company after authorizing the company to provide driverless ride-hailing services to the public on open roads in the city starting in April.
Chinese tech giant Baidu on Thursday received the first-ever permits in China authorizing the company to provide driverless ride-hailing services to the public on open roads in Beijing.
On April 24, Chinese logistics platform GOGOX submitted an application for a public listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx). Its co-sponsors are CICC, UBS, BOCOM International and ABC International.
Today, Baidu announced that it will begin public testing of its Apollo Go platform in Shanghai, marking the fifth city where passengers have the ability to trial the robotaxi service.
After being removed from app stores, Chinese ride hailing giant Didi had its mini program pulled from WeChat and Alipay's platforms.
Didi updated its prospectus on June 25th, Beijing time. The new document shows that the ride-hailing firm expects to issue 288 million shares, and plans to raise a total of about $4 billion, with a maximum of about $4.6 billion.
Chinese ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing is pushing ahead with its pledge to be more transparent, amid concerns about the platform's pricing mechanisms and accusations of unfair commission rates.
DiDi released a “2020 in Numbers” report on Thursday to capture the firm’s highlights from last year, with the pandemic in 2020 bringing the firm new opportunities and challenges.
Leading mobile transportation provider Didi Chuxing unveiled its new model D1 on Nov. 17, the world’s first electric vehicle custom-built for ride-hailing.
Leading ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc. is seeking to sell part of its $6.3 billion stake in Didi Chuxing, Bloomberg reported.
Leading Chinese ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing announced that its global daily trips reached a record of more than 50 million on Aug. 25, which was Chinese Valentine’s Day.
Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing (Didi) has launched Huaxiaozhu, a new economy ride-sharing service targeting younger users.
China’s largest ride-hailing giant DiDi Chuxing is said to be considering an initial public offering in Hong Kong by the end of this year.
As Chinese subways remain relatively desolate, Didi’s been the transportation option of choice for many Chinese who would much rather take the risk of riding a car with just one person than a subway cart with a dozen.
In terms of Australia’s most populous city and largest ride-hailing market, Didi plans to roll out its Sydney launch with DiDi Express and DiDi Max services first.
A special fleet of DiDi drivers dressed in protective uniforms and driving regularly disinfected vehicles now offers around the clock free transportation to all hospital staff in Wuhan.