The bridge will consolidate Hong Kong's position as a hub for multi-destination travel within the Greater Bay Area, which includes nine cities in the Guangdong Province and two Special Administrative Regions.
Following a successful rollout in the UK, Mobilleo hopes to expand operations to France, Belgium, Holland, Spain and Germany.
Didi proposed to set up a new board of directors that consisted of five members, four of which were divided between itself and other investors, while leaving one position to Ofo's founders.
Both Didi Chuxing and Didi's holding company Beijing Xiaoju Keji recently formed their equity investment and fund management companies in Xiamen on August 13.
Getaround will use the financing to add new cities in North America and around the world, as well as to launch new products and develop additional mobility partnerships.
During the first year of operation, it is estimated that 109,200 passengers per day will travel between Hong Kong and the mainland.
New company Xiaoju Automobile Solutions is expected to help ride-hailing giant Didi keep partners and customers glued to its ecosystem of services.
More than 90% of bookings for buses still completed offline, bringing the segment online huge potential for growth.
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