Rybalkin, Gortsunyan & Partners has advised Beijing-headquartered urban mobility technology company Didi on expanding in the Russian market.
Didi is a technological company in the urban mobility sector with over 500 million users in 18 countries of Asia, Latin America, Africa, and Eurasia. The company offers taxi-hailing, food delivery, car, scooter, and limousine rental, bus service, payment services, logistics services, and others. According to the firm, Didi has been operating in Russia since 2020, and its services are available in 38 cities across the country.
"Taxi services are an important part of our daily life, and it is gratifying to know that we have an opportunity to contribute to the development of this sector," RGP Partner Ilya Rybalkin commented. "Given the difficult situation we are facing today because of pandemic restrictions, such a new player on the market is great news for Russia that has traditionally attracted many global investments."
The RGP team is led by Rybalkin and includes Counsels Anastasia Konstantinova, Gayane Nadzharova, and Nato Tskhakaya and Associates Marina Abazyan, Maria Shaubert, and Anton Sheronov.
RGP did not respond to our inquiry on the matter.