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China Allows Rental Car-Based Chauffeur Services

Posted on January 14, 2015
China's Ministry of Transport has granted permission for the integration of car rental businesses with online platforms in offering chauffeur services to consumers, reports Shanghai's National Business Daily.

Want China Times article here

In a bid to stabilise and fine-tune the country's thriving taxi app industry, China's Ministry of Transport has ordered all taxi-hailing apps operating in China to exclude private vehicles from their app platforms.

This means that private cars and drivers without taxi licenses are no longer able to use apps such as Didi Dache, Kuaidi Dache and Uber for profit.

CNet.com article here

Related Topics: China operators, on-demand service, regulatory enforcement, rental cars, taxis, vehicle apps

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