In December, Reuters reported that China's Didi Chuxing ride-hailing company would be expanding its business into Mexico, taking on rival Uber, which has the largest foothold in the country. Now, Reuters reports that the company is actively recruiting drivers and plans a launch in Toluca, Mexico. Sources familiar with the plan said Didi's ride-hailing app would go live this month. To get people on board, Didi will not take a cut of drivers' fares until June 17th and those who recruit other drivers and passengers will get a bonus. When it does start taking a cut of fares, Didi's portion will be 20 percent, below the 25 percent Uber takes in Mexico.