China’s second largest e-commerce platform JD.com has entered the ride-hailing business.

Jiangsu Jingdong Information Technology, a subsidiary of JD.com, quietly updated its information on China’s National Enterprise Credit Information Public System in late August. The update added online taxi booking, used automobile sales and public transportation services.

JD.com didn’t respond to the inquiry made by local media Monday.

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Jiefei Liu is a Beijing based tech reporter. She focuses on the union of tech and content creation and loves agriculture. You can write to her at Jiefei@technode.com