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Diddy improves driver wage transparency in response to Chinese mass media accusations

China Didi announced on Monday that it would provide drivers in several cities in China with details of the fees they would receive.

Didi Drivers in seven cities in China, including Shenyang and Changchun, said they would first know more about how much each ride and how much passengers would pay through new features added to the driver app on Monday. Weibo officer.

A company supported by Softbank, Alibaba Group, When Tencent HoldingsSaid it would continue to adjust its pricing strategy after receiving the driver’s response.

“There are still many drawbacks to this transparent income statement submitted late. We will continue to improve it and work hard to extend it to other cities,” he said. rice field.

In May, China’s state-run news agency Xinhua criticized the policy, saying it was unfair, saying that customers received more than 30% of their ride fees in a research report.

After the Xinhua report, Diddy said in a post that drivers received an average of 79.1% of last year’s fare and 3.1% of the fare went to profits.

Diddy is being investigated by several Chinese regulators on issues such as the handling of customer data. The company went public in New York for $ 4.4 billion in June, despite a backlash from the China Cyberspace Administration (CAC).

© Thomson Reuters 2021


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