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Ridesharing faces more regulations as popularity increases

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A mascot of Didi Chuxing at the company's headquarters in Beijing. Local governments in China now issue business permits to ridesharing services and licences to their drivers.

Washington

THE type of "taxi" service in which citizens use private cars to transport passengers continues to spread overseas, but many problems have emerged. In Asian countries where the market is rapidly expanding, regulations are being strengthened.

Called "ridesharing," this

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