Ride-hailing providers struggle with Shanghai regulations—and with DiDi’s dominance

Shanghai poses specific challenges within the Chinese ride-hailing market, but some players are using its rapid evolution as a chance to grow and improve. By Betti Hunter

Uber and Lyft might be household names in Western cities, but their seemingly ever-expanding empire does not extend to China. In megacities across the nation, a host of names unfamiliar in the West rules the roost; all of them homegrown entities more attuned to the differences in the Chinese market….

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