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China demands zero violations and abusive tactics from carriers

China demands zero violations and abusive tactics from carriers

Beijing, Sep 2 (Prensa Latina) The Chinese government told eleven national transportation companies to rectify violations in the provision of their services and eliminate unfair competition practices such as the incorporation of drivers without a license, the local press reported.
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According to the CGTN television network, the country’s regulators summoned these firms, including the giants Didi and Meituan, and ordered them to strictly comply with the provisions on Internet operations, vehicle conditions and driver recruitment.

The companies were demanded to review of business practices, correct all violations and create a compliance plan that allows ‘promoting a healthy and sustainable development’ of the industry before the end of this year.

China launched last month a strategy that will seek to create an environment for its companies governed by fair competition, transparency and legal principles over the next five years.

The country seeks to strengthen order, strengthen government-market-society relations and stop any inappropriate behavior in economic activity in this manner.

The initiative contemplates the protection of the rights of each company, proposes expanding communication with the private sector when regulations are reviewed or updated, and neutralizing the abuse of administrative powers and monopolizing attitudes.

It includes greater attention to sectors such as national security, science, culture, education, technological innovation and all branches of the digital sphere with the aim that they operate and develop in compliance with established regulations.

The government plan provides for the daily supervision of those economic activities that may hide risks and also incorporates strong measures to punish detected infractions.

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