The Uber rival aiming to carry out administrations in Western Europe, including significant British urban areas.
Didi is in an interview with the group working on the task of reassigning new jobs or likely redundancies.
The move comes as Chinese firms face exceptional examination by western countries, and Beijing takes action against information security.
“We continue to explore additional new markets, liaising with relevant stakeholders in each and being thoughtful about when to introduce our services,” said a statement.
“As soon as we have any more news on additional new markets, we look forward to sharing,” the spokesperson added.
Didi is expanding its international businesses and services in countries like South Africa, Ecuador, and Kazakhstan.
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