China targets unlicensed ride-hailing drivers and vehicles amid Didi investigation

China’s Ministry of Transport, the country’s key ride-hailing regulator, warned platforms not to sign on drivers or vehicles that are unlicensed, in Beijing’s latest attempt to regulate a sector that has seen smaller players jostling for market share after Didi Chuxing was banned from registering news users and drivers.The regulator, one of seven ministerial bodies involved in a cybersecurity investigation into Didi, published a statement on Wednesday asking local transport departments to …

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