Didi has named its latest investor, with China Life getting on board to the tune of $600 million.
The state-owned insurance firm's investment comes a few weeks after Didi picked up $1 billion from Apple.
The partnership will focus on "developing innovative business models for insurance" - Didi has 15 million drivers in China on its books which represents a big potential market for China Life's sales team.
But the statement also talked about the pair working on "investment opportunities in mobile transportation and related sectors in China and beyond" with "corporate mobility solutions" also referenced.
Didi co-founded the global Rides Everywhere alliance with Lyft, which gives the China-based brand a presence on the world stage and investors are increasingly referencing the brand's potential outside China.
As the "largest one-stop consumer transportation platform in the world" Didi's appeal to investors shows no sign of slowing down. The same can also be said of Uber, whose latest publicly acknowledged investment was $3.5 billion from the Saudi Arabian government.
Sovereign wealth funds, insurance giants and technology leaders are the latest outsiders vying with the usual suspects of the investment community, joining automotive manufacturers and internet service providers for a role in the great former-taxi-app goldrush,
And when these investors start looking for exits and/or returns, things will get even more interesting.
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