Outside U.S., Uber Losing to Locals

Source: 7Park Data

It’s no secret that Uber trails ride-sharing rivals throughout Asia. New data shows that Uber is also behind local competitors in Latin America, China and eastern Europe as well.

Uber may have an edge in English-speaking nations, however. The data shows it to be ahead in the United Kingdom and Australia.

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Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly said Uber is ahead of its rivals in Malaysia. This version includes new data that show ride-sharing app MyTeksi is the market leader.

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