Uber in China

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In order to maintain a presence in China, ride-sharing company Uber (www.uber.com) sold its Chinese operations to China ride-sharing company Didi Chuxing. Uber customers in China will still use the Uber app to hail a ride and should not see any difference in operation. Uber has operated in China since 2013, and its ride-sharing is available in 37 cities there, including Beijing, Nanjing and Shanghai.

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In order to maintain a presence in China, ride-sharing company Uber (www.uber.com) sold its Chinese operations to China ride-sharing company Didi Chuxing. Uber customers in China will still use the Uber app to hail a ride and should not see any difference in operation. Uber has operated in China since 2013, and its ride-sharing is available in 37 cities there, including Beijing, Nanjing and Shanghai.