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Why Uber is winning in China, where most U.S. tech companies have failed – The Washington Post———-Uber has tapped into a deep reservoir of unmet need: the demands on the transportation systems are growing in China’s burgeoning cities, and as is the case elsewhere, the existing taxicab system is over-stretched and the customer experience is unsatisfactory. In the meantime, the Chinese urban consumer is increasingly facile using mobile phones for a variety of needs, so the idea of using an app to locate a car or taxi with better service is an easy transition.

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Uber has tapped into a deep reservoir of unmet need: the demands on the transportation systems are growing in China’s burgeoning cities, and as is the case elsewhere, the existing taxicab system is over-stretched and the customer experience is unsatisfactory. In the meantime, the Chinese urban consumer is increasingly facile using mobile phones for a variety of needs, so the idea of using an app to locate a car or taxi with better service is an easy transition.

 

 

 

 

 

Why Uber is winning in China, where most U.S. tech companies have failed – The Washington Post.

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