Ride-hailing firm Didi address concerns after users murdered

Last week, the Ministry of Transport called the ride-hailing firm “out of control” and criticised its management and background check procedures. SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Chinese ride-hailing firm Didi Chuxing on Wednesday announced a reorganisation plan aimed at improving safety on its platform, as it works to address public and government concerns raised after the murders of two of its users. It said it would similarly move its bike rental, designated driver and public transportation units into a single entity. In a post on its official WeChat account, the company said it would create two positions at the top of its leadership structure – a chief safety officer reporting to Chief Executive Cheng Wei, and a chief information security officer reporting to Chief Technology Officer Bob Zhang. “Safety is the number one priority for our users.

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