Didi’s headquarters in Beijing. The firm is likely to seek a dual-primary listing in Hong Kong and will be subject to regulatory scrutiny on par with the US bourses. Photo: AP
Didi’s headquarters in Beijing. The firm is likely to seek a dual-primary listing in Hong Kong and will be subject to regulatory scrutiny on par with the US bourses. Photo: AP
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Didi’s exit from New York tests Hong Kong’s mettle as the listing sanctuary for Chinese stocks

  • A Hong Kong listing could be a shot in the arm for the local stock exchange where fundraising has slowed down in the third quarter
  • Despite the red carpet, tech companies that face regulatory action in China are likely to be heavily scrutinised by HKEX during their IPO application process

Didi’s headquarters in Beijing. The firm is likely to seek a dual-primary listing in Hong Kong and will be subject to regulatory scrutiny on par with the US bourses. Photo: AP
Didi’s headquarters in Beijing. The firm is likely to seek a dual-primary listing in Hong Kong and will be subject to regulatory scrutiny on par with the US bourses. Photo: AP
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