Shenzhen’s local government has said Didi’s recent illegal deployments of Didi Bike (青桔单车) and Street Rabbit E-bike (our translation, 街兔电单车) will be marked on the company’s credit score (诚信记录 chéngxìnjìlù), and related departments will follow up based on the city’s management policies.

Since May 15, nearly 9,000 Didi Bikes and Street Rabbit E-bikes had been seized, according to local media (in Chinese).

In March 2018, Didi submitted a delivery plan to the local government, promising to strictly follow local regulations, adding that if it violated its commitments, it would voluntarily withdraw from Shenzhen.

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Chris Udemans

Christopher Udemans is a Shanghai-based data and graphics reporter. He covers Chinese artificial intelligence, mobility, and cybersecurity. You can contact him at chrisudemans [at] technode [dot] com.