Related:Furthermore, Didi is brave enough to be creative in its strategies to progress, recently launching a contest with Udacity that offers learning platform in the U.S. Cheng was noticed quite considering regarding the risks involved to fall short but also adds that Didi can cope up and continue growing business. In fact, the company at home is 'steadily’ expanding on food delivery and car rental as well. Additionally, it is building a nationwide network of electric vehicle charging stations and has invested in Ofo (one of the two top on-demand bike services in China). That’s a lot in one pot for Didi to have enough options to counter any possible risk in its further progress. [easy-subscribe design="design3"] It was specifically noted by Cheng that their main focus is on self-driving vehicles among all of its recent business engagements. He said, “If Didi fails, we’ll then put the $10 billion we raised into the battle of diversifying [domestic businesses]. This would look tragic to me.” Well, Didi does look like everything covered for now on its way to deal with other giants and the stage looks all set for the upcoming business battles. We are keeping an eye on further related updates to serve you hot right from the burner.
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