May 20, 2019 / 7:57 PM / 3 months ago

China's Didi shuns Mexico's ride-hailing tax plan

FILE PHOTO: The company logo of the Didi ride hailing app is seen on a car door at the IEEV New Energy Vehicles Exhibition in Beijing, China October 18, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Peter/File Photo

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Chinese ride-hailing platform Didi said on Monday it would not take part for now in a new Mexican scheme to retain tax from drivers and delivery riders at technology companies, after rival firms Uber and Cabify signed up to the program.

In a statement, Didi said it will continue to analyze the possibility of future participation in the program, depending on the impact for drivers. The company said it was in full compliance with current regulations.

Reporting by Julia Love; Editing by Frank Jack Daniel

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