01 Aug

China’s Didi invests in Taxify, an Uber rival operating in Europe and Africa

 Didi Chuxing, the ride-sharing company that forced Uber out of China, has expanded its increasingly global empire after it made an undisclosed investment in Taxify, an Uber-like service that operates in Europe and Africa. Four-year-old Taxify is headquartered in Estonia — three of its founders are ex-Skype — and today it operates in 18 countries, including Hungary, Romania,… Read More
Source: TechCrunch – Funding and Exits

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