By Klaus Schmitz, Arthur D. Little
China’s dominating chauffer companies, Didi and Uber China, merged in 2016, wrapping up a history of fierce competition for the city-mobility market.
The two are now left with a huge shared customer pool that knows a lot about their choices for mobility.
The new phase being ushered in is car sharing, which is poised for explosive growth across China.
In this article, Klaus Schmitz of consultancy firm Arthur D Little examines the market dynamics and the major hurdles, and makes predictions for the future of the Chinese car-sharing scene. Continue reading The big feature: Urban mobility in China – why car sharing is set to take off