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Unhappy  Chinese Didi-Uber drivers share concerns over market “monopoly”

Ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing has bought its major rival Uber’s China operation, after a long cash-burning competition to win over the Chinese market. Now with the merger underway, drivers from both sides have started worrying about a possible scaling-back of subsidies. CCTVNEWS reporter Laura Luo spoke to some drivers and analysts about the impact of the deal on both the drivers and customers.

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