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Ministry issues draft rules for car-hailing business

By Luo Wangshu | China Daily | Updated: 2016-08-04 07:40

Airports, train stations will be off-limits to avoid direct competition with taxis

Draft guidelines to standardize online car-hailing services in China were published on Monday, following a decision by the State Council to recognize the business, and the merger of the top two car-hailing companies in the country.

The draft, issued by the Ministry of Transportation, lays out standards for the car-hailing services. It also bans the services from entering at airports and railway stations. Drivers must wait at certain parking spots.

Ministry issues draft rules for car-hailing business

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