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China's self-driving taxis hit the gas on commercial aspirations

AutoX and rivals pin hopes on home market as Beijing looks to foster nascent industry

AutoX says it will focus on cracking the Chinese self-driving taxi market ahead of the U.S. one. Photo courtesy of AutoX)

SHANGHAI/HONG KONG -- Chinese automated driving startup AutoX has one foot in its home market and one in the U.S., but its priorities are clear cut.

"Our goal is to win the China market first," Jewel Li, chief operating officer of the Shenzhen-based startup told the Nikkei Asian Review in an interview.

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