China’s online ride-hailing orders declined in April

by SpeedLux
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Orders from Chinese online car-hailing companies declined in April, due to the resurgence of COVID-19 cases.

The increase in COVID-19 cases has impacted the companies’ operations and people’s willingness to travel, data from the Ministry of Transport indicates.

Online car-hailing companies received 476 million orders in April, declining from 11.6 percent month on month.

Looking at the top 10 online car-hailing providers by order volume, eight reported a fall in the number of orders last month, while only two have seen increases.

By the end of April, about 270 online car-hailing companies gained permission to operate in China, increasing by three from the end of March, according to the data.

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