Drivers of China’s Didi Global, a ride-hailing company, will be provided more details on their fees from now, the company said on Monday. The move comes after state media accused Didi of taking 30% of total fees, treating drivers unfairly. Didi denied accusations and said drivers got 79.1% fees, with only 3.1% going to their profit. The company further said they will continue to work and improve the transparent income system.

Click here to read the full story