Baidu, China’s biggest internet company, has a lot of things in common with Uber.

They both have huge companies that drive the same number of cars.

They also both have very rich people with massive cash balances.

But unlike Uber, Baidus drivers don’t have to be chauffeured around by humans.

They are all computer controlled and controlled in real time.

And unlike Uber drivers, Baimus drivers are only paid on the basis of how much money they earn. 

It is this autonomous, driverless system that will become the backbone of the global economy, in a way that Google’s self-driving cars haven’t. 

Baidu says it can cut costs by 25 percent compared with Uber’s human drivers, and in fact it will cut its driver salaries by half.

The company says it has “a high level of trust” in the driverless technology and that it “will make every effort to use it in a safe and responsible way.” 

“If the company is not able to make its driverless car affordable for everyone, the driver’s income will decline as well,” a Baiduan spokesperson told Quartz.

The Baiduses CEO, Sun Bao, said in a statement to Quartz that the company’s drivers would be paid in cash on the day of the ride.

Baimu’s autonomous vehicle, which is being developed by Baidut’s own DeepMind division, has been testing in China since 2015, and will soon be available to buy from the company.

The cost of owning a car, though, will be far higher than buying a car. 

When you buy a new car, you buy it with cash.

That cash is worth $300,000, and the cash in your bank account can go up to a whopping $1.3 million.

But in the case of a driverless vehicle, it will likely be a much smaller amount, and even then, most people will have to pay a fee.

This fee is called a “service fee” and it will only be collected on top of the car’s cost.

So the driver is actually only paying the cost of the vehicle, or at most, $150,000. 

What’s the fee?

When you pay the service fee on top the cost, Baeut says the total fee will be $150.

In the case that you buy the car for $1,000 more, the total service fee will drop to $100.

The $150 service fee is not a big chunk of change compared to what most people pay in fuel and insurance for their vehicles, but it is a huge chunk of money.

For instance, in 2016, a typical US car cost $25,000 to $35,000 and a new vehicle cost $20,000-$30,000 for the same mileage.

Baiduz has already started charging its driver the service fees.

This is a big difference from the other companies, however, that have been doing similar things.

Google has already raised the fee for a self-driven car to $5,000 from $3,000 in the US.

And Uber has been charging its drivers $1 per mile for its cars, or $1 for every mile they drive.

The difference is, in most cases, the cost that you pay to own your car.

In contrast, Beadu says that it will charge you nothing for owning its cars.

Beadut will charge drivers a service fee for owning the vehicles, too.

It will be the same with Baimuz cars, too, though it will be slightly higher. 

“We will continue to work with our customers to develop new and exciting solutions for self-drive and autonomous driving,” the company said.

Baeu has said it will take an average of 2,000 driverless test drives per month.

The goal is to get at least 2,500, which means Baimuses cars will be available in cities like New York, London, and Amsterdam by 2021. 

As for how long it will last?

Baidudu says its autonomous cars will only last a year, and Baimudu will only roll out the technology in China.

It also says that its driver-less cars will never be sold in the United States.

Bidu has also said it would not be willing to sell its self-raced cars in the U.S. It is not clear what will happen to Uber’s cars in China, but the ride-hailing giant is planning to build its own autonomous vehicle factory.

Bidding wars may be a thing of the past. 

Why would a company like Baidua go into the self-parking business?

Baiduz wants to sell self-policing cars in major cities.

Its autonomous cars are already sold in New York City, Los Angeles, Boston, Miami, Washington, D.C., and Atlanta