Chinese regulators have urged four Uber-style logistics services — Didi, Lalamove, Full Truck Alliance, and Kuaigou Dache — to make their commission systems transparent. Officials from the transportation ministry criticized the quartet for disrupting fair competition and hurting the interests of drivers, with regulators requiring the companies to carry out self-inspections and fix the issues “immediately,” according to a statement published Friday. Didi has been under significant regulatory pressure for more than a year. It delisted from the New York stock exchange last month in a move aimed at assuaging Chinese authorities’ concerns. [Ministry of Transport, in Chinese]