Uber became the giant of ride hailing in part by capturing markets around the world. But now Didi Chuxing of China is challenging that dominance, pumping money into a variety of Uber rivals or directly entering markets ranging from Brazil to sub-Saharan Africa.
The Information put together a graphic mapping the countries in which Uber and Didi operate, where Uber has substantial equity stakes in the local leader, and where firms that took Didi money are fighting Uber. It shows Uber maintaining its supremacy in areas like Latin America but losing near-monopoly status in some parts of that region as well as in Africa and Australia. Using previously undisclosed internal data, the map also reflects the steep drop Uber has faced in the Middle East over the past year. (To see other companies that have substantial market share, toggle between the two views, and scroll down to see how much revenue Uber generates in some key cities.)