China Said to Legalize Uber, Didi Ride-Hailing as War Rages

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  • Long-awaited regulations to take effect from November
  • Conditions seem less onerous on ride services than feared

Can Uber Overcome the Odds in China?

China plans to legalize car-hailing services from November, dispelling any regulatory uncertainty surrounding Uber Technologies Inc. and Didi Chuxing as they vie for supremacy in the world’s largest ride-hailing market, according to prepared remarks expected to be delivered on Thursday.

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