Autonomous driving firm Pony.ai, which operates in both China and the U.S., said it has obtained a taxi license in a Chinese city. This is the first time that a self-driving company gets such a license in China, the startup said in a statement Sunday. In the city of Nansha in southern China’s Guangzhou province, Pony.ai now has the permission to operate 100 autonomous vehicles as taxis. Next...
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