Did proposed to acquire Uber’s China business in a US$35 billion takeover that would create China’s largest car-hailing service, with 1.5 million drivers operating in 360 Chinese cities and towns. Photo: Xinhua

Beijing opens antitrust investigation into Didi’s proposed takeover of Uber’s China unit

If regulators find the takeover in violation of antitrust laws, they can order to unwind the deal

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Did proposed to acquire Uber’s China business in a US$35 billion takeover that would create China’s largest car-hailing service, with 1.5 million drivers operating in 360 Chinese cities and towns. Photo: Xinhua
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