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Line to start bike-sharing service in Japan with Chinese firm

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Cue another rise in bicycle theft.

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If they paint the bikes LINE green may as well shoot me now.

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Will they come with Coney-themed baskets?

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Naah, prefer Suicle no app/phone needed, just my Suica. Small Basket, 3 gears.

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This kind of service has failed in many countries resulting in pollution and headaches for local governments. Keep them out!

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Agreed, it can go wrong my hometown been littered with broken and/or abandoned rental bicycles.

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Why do we need a Chinese firm ?

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Docomo already own this area

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Why do we need a Chinese firm ?

Was thinking the same

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If you own a bike, you try to take care of it so it will last long. If it is just sharing then who will take care of the maintenance? Expect those bikes last one season, then end up somewhere in a bike scrap yard, seats removed

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