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Robotaxi startup Pony.ai announces that it has received a license to operate 100 self-driving cars as traditional taxis in the Chinese city of Guangzhou (Evelyn Cheng/CNBC)




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Robotaxi startup Pony.ai announces that it has received a license to operate 100 self-driving cars as traditional taxis in the Chinese city of Guangzhou  —  – Self-driving start-up Pony.ai announced Sunday it received a taxi license, the first of its kind in China.





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