BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s biggest ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing will allow users of its smartphone app to access services provided by apps of three domestic auto firms and others, in a push to generate more orders.
Didi said in a statement on Monday it has opened its ride-hailing platform to third parties including those of FAW Group [SASACJ.UL], Dongfeng Motor and Guangzhou Automobile Group (GAC).
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Passengers can order ride-hailing services from FAW, Dongfeng and GAC from Didi’s app, which has 550 million registered users in China.
The move accelerates a trend in China where automakers are launching their own ride-hailing services, while ride-hailers such as Didi are teaming up with automakers...
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