字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Yet another deal to tell you about. This one is cross-border. DiDi, the dominant ride-hailing service in China, will acquire rival Uber's operations in that country. The deal ends a fierce battle between the two companies in the market that was one of Uber's largest by the total number of rides. Eunice Yoon reports tonight from Beijing. DiDi is acquiring all of Uber's assets in China that includes the operations, the brand as well as the data. Investors in Uber will get a twenty percent stake in the combined company which will be valued at 35 billion dollars. In addition, DiDi will invest 1 billion dollars in Uber. The deal will finally end a fierce price war between the two companies in China. Both companies have been spending billions in subsidies to attract drivers and passengers. Uber has been losing 1 billion dollars a year here. Uber CEO posted his reason for the decision on Facebook saying serving China cities is only possible with profitability. At the same time, it's been fighting an uphill battle. DiDi raised 7 billion dollars in part from Apple. It's also backed by China's sovereign wealth fund. And DiDi said that it now is the only company with investors from China's three major tech titans, Alibaba, Tencent and now Baidu. Uber's case is also pointing to wider concern in the tech community that the business environment for foreign companies is just getting tougher. For nightly business report, I am Eunice Yoon in Beijing.