The Beijing-based company has retained its leading position in the ride-hailing market during an 18-month absence from China’s app stores, but uncertainties linger as to how the government will enforce antitrust, algorithms and data rules.
Signage at the Didi Chuxing offices in Hangzhou, China.
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