Opinion: Uber did as best as any foreign tech company can expect to do in China, and its sale to rival Didi Chuxing is no failure
While Uber was not able to dominate the Chinese market on its own, commentators, including Kaiser Kuo of the Sinica Podcast, largely agree that the company had a sound strategy going in and comes out with a strong stake in Didi Chuxing, which is valued at $35 billion post-acquisition.
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