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    First-tier cities propose hukou requirement for car-hailing services

    As reported by China’s official People’s Daily news agency, three of China’s four first-tier cities have published draft rules that would limit the pool of eligible drivers for online car-hailing / ride-sharing services by adding local hukou requirements. The move, if implemented, would severely affect leading ride-sharing service Didi Chuxing, which agreed to acquire the...
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    Tesla changes Autopilot specification on China website after crash

    Electric car manufacturer Tesla has changed the Chinese term for “automatic driving” on its China website after a driver in Beijing crashed his Model S sedan last week while in “Autopilot” mode. References to the Chinese term “自动驾驶” (zìdòng jiàshǐ), which literally translates as automatic driving, were changed on the website for the Model S...
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    Uber China to merge with rival Didi as ride-hailing is legalized

    As reported by Bloomberg, ride-hailing service Uber will merge its China operations with those of its domestic rival Didi Chuxing (Didi). The merged entity will combines Didi’s most recent valuation (USD $28 billion) and Uber China’s (USD $7 billion) for a USD $35 billion market capitalization, giving Uber China investors a 20 percent stake. In...
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    Insurance Regulatory Commission drafting disaster insurance legislation for 2017

    As reported by the official State news agency China Daily, the China Insurance Regulatory Commission has announced that the country is planning to complete its work on disaster insurance legislation before the year 2017. The new law would be implemented and enforced over the three-year period from 2017-2020, and disaster insurance would be included in...
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    National People’s Congress to review enforcement of traffic laws

    As reported by the State’s official Xinhua news agency, The National People’s Congress (NPC) announced plans to undertake a nationwide inspection on the enforcement of China’s Road Traffic Safety Law starting in August 2016. “Four teams of senior lawmakers will be dispatched to eight of the country’s provincial-level regions in August and September, including Beijing,...

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