More bad news for Uber: Rival taxi firm Didi Chuxing is expanding its influence across Europe and Africa.
Uber is currently without a CEO andfor its company culture. Meanwhile Chinese competitor Didi Chuxing, which , is investing in Estonian company Taxify, which operates in 18 countries including Hungary, South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya.
This is the first European investment for Didi. The Chinese firm, which, also holds , as well as a small share in Uber and other ride-sharing outfits including Ola and Grab.