The stakes are high for Didi Global shareholders because the Chinese ride-hailing giant has no plan B for its delisting initiative. Photo: Shutterstock
The stakes are high for Didi Global shareholders because the Chinese ride-hailing giant has no plan B for its delisting initiative. Photo: Shutterstock

Didi investors find themselves caught between a rock and a hard place ahead of vote to delist the firm from New York

  • Didi investors are expected to see further losses once the firm’s shares move from the New York Stock Exchange to the over-the-counter market, analysts said
  • The shareholder vote on delisting would enable Didi to complete its rectification process, part of the Chinese government-ordered cybersecurity review

The stakes are high for Didi Global shareholders because the Chinese ride-hailing giant has no plan B for its delisting initiative. Photo: Shutterstock
The stakes are high for Didi Global shareholders because the Chinese ride-hailing giant has no plan B for its delisting initiative. Photo: Shutterstock
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