Beijing-based UCAR Inc is setting up a comprehensive car service platform as part of a strategic upgrade, hoping to better compete with other market leaders such as Didi Chuxing.
China’s high-speed railways will have full WiFi coverage and facial recognition for checking in, having already implemented online booking, WeChat payment, self-service check-in and food reservation.
Japanese automaker Honda Motor Co. Ltd. has invested in a Chinese car-sharing platform and announced plans to produce its first electric vehicle in the country by 2018.
One answer would be for Ofo and Mobike to merge.
A JD Power survey of mobility solutions in China indicates that 19% of consumers are "very willing" and 51% are "slightly willing" to no longer own a car if mobility alternatives are available.
Didi Chuxing will reportedly make its ride-hailing services available in Mexico next year, a move that threatens Uber's growth in Latin America.
Bike-share firm Mobike’s CEO Davis Wang says that companies like his have enormous numbers of customers, but can struggle with a lack of a clear regulatory framework.
Mobike, a Beijing-based bicycle-sharing company, announced on Monday a tie-up with Singapore Telecommunications, as it aims to expedite its growth in Asia.
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