Men wait outside a center for drivers of Didi, a ride hailing platform that employs millions of drivers who are part of China's growing gig economy, near the headquarters in Beijing on July 16, 2021. Photo: AP
Men wait outside a center for drivers of Didi, a ride hailing platform that employs millions of drivers who are part of China's growing gig economy, near the headquarters in Beijing on July 16, 2021. Photo: AP

China’s probe into Didi is aimed at addressing national security risks arising from New York listing, Xinhua says

  • This is the first time that an official Chinese media outlet has detailed why Beijing launched a cybersecurity investigation into Didi
  • China’s high-profile investigation into Didi has been under way since July, and there has been no update on its progress

Men wait outside a center for drivers of Didi, a ride hailing platform that employs millions of drivers who are part of China's growing gig economy, near the headquarters in Beijing on July 16, 2021. Photo: AP
Men wait outside a center for drivers of Didi, a ride hailing platform that employs millions of drivers who are part of China's growing gig economy, near the headquarters in Beijing on July 16, 2021. Photo: AP
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