A trader works during the IPO for Didi Global Inc on the New York Stock Exchange floor in New York City on June 30. China’s cyberspace agency said it had launched an investigation into the Chinese ride-hailing giant to protect national security and the public interest, two days after it began trading on the NYSE. Photo: Reuters A trader works during the IPO for Didi Global Inc on the New York Stock Exchange floor in New York City on June 30. China’s cyberspace agency said it had launched an investigation into the Chinese ride-hailing giant to protect national security and the public interest, two days after it began trading on the NYSE. Photo: Reuters
A trader works during the IPO for Didi Global Inc on the New York Stock Exchange floor in New York City on June 30. China’s cyberspace agency said it had launched an investigation into the Chinese ride-hailing giant to protect national security and the public interest, two days after it began trading on the NYSE. Photo: Reuters
Neal Kimberley
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Neal Kimberley

Why investors must get the message in China’s regulatory crackdown

  • Recent events might lead investors in China’s tech sector to seek out firms in sectors the government has designated as strategically important
  • Greed will still conquer fear in markets, but investing in China will require more thought than just buying the dip

A trader works during the IPO for Didi Global Inc on the New York Stock Exchange floor in New York City on June 30. China’s cyberspace agency said it had launched an investigation into the Chinese ride-hailing giant to protect national security and the public interest, two days after it began trading on the NYSE. Photo: Reuters A trader works during the IPO for Didi Global Inc on the New York Stock Exchange floor in New York City on June 30. China’s cyberspace agency said it had launched an investigation into the Chinese ride-hailing giant to protect national security and the public interest, two days after it began trading on the NYSE. Photo: Reuters
A trader works during the IPO for Didi Global Inc on the New York Stock Exchange floor in New York City on June 30. China’s cyberspace agency said it had launched an investigation into the Chinese ride-hailing giant to protect national security and the public interest, two days after it began trading on the NYSE. Photo: Reuters
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