Daily Management Review

Didi Chuxing To Halt Its Operation For A Week


05/11/2018


Didi to carry out checks on its drivers to ensure its safety standards following the death of a female passenger.



On Friday, May 11, 2018, the “biggest ride-sharing company” of China, Didi Chuxing informed that it will put its Chinese operation on halt for a week after a passenger’s death whereby putting the safety angle into question.
 
As a result, the company would stop operating throughout the country from Saturday and carry out an investigation on all the drivers working for Didi’s vehicle network. According to Reuters reports:
“A female passenger was killed in Zhengzhou city last week and the company apologized amid a public outcry”.
 
References:
reuters.com







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