The news of Uber's alleged tax evasion in China has once again attracted attention: after consumers use the car rental service, their request for an invoice was rejected, and Uber said that Uber car rental could not be invoiced. It is reminiscent Fax Lists of the recent demonstrations against Uber in Europe, and the rape of passengers by Uber drivers in India. Uber has not completely calmed the incident. In China, the country's big players will gradually begin to Fax Lists regulate the taxi market. If the operation of private cars is completely banned.
Uber will be labelled as an "illegal operation", and it may happen that the "European bloodbath" will be staged again. Uber is still like this. Will Airbnb, another representative enterprise of the sharing economy, repeat the same mistakes? In the face of strict government control, how should domestic short-term rental companies such as Wood Bird Short-term Rental accept the recruitment? This "war on the tip of the tongue" can't help but remind Fax Lists us that the short-term rental platforms of Airbnb, which are called "good friends" of Uber.
Didi, and Shenzhou taxi software, are still in the air at the moment. On August 18, Airbnb announced to join hands with two wealthy platforms, Broadband China and Sequoia Fax Lists Capital, to enter China. In July, Wood Bird Short-Term Rental received 60 million Series A financing, and then Ant Short-Term Rental and Tujia announced that they would win the favor of capital again. Airbnb is really booming in the country. And this joyful gesture made us Fax Lists seem to see Uber running a thousand miles not long ago.