China’s ridesharing giant DiDi makes Uber look like a driver sweat shop

Unlike his Uber counterparts in Australia DiDi driver Mr. Li in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou says he is making a decent living Chinese drivers are earning well above average income while Aussie Uber drivers can’t make minimum wage 15 January 2020 | Marcus Reubenstein In the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou, 30 year-old … Continue reading China’s ridesharing giant DiDi makes Uber look like a driver sweat shop