Didi Chuxing could now be on the cusp of being removed from Chinese regulators’ scrutiny, which would give the company room to rebuild its operations in the world’s largest ride-hailing market. Photo: Shutterstock
Didi Chuxing could now be on the cusp of being removed from Chinese regulators’ scrutiny, which would give the company room to rebuild its operations in the world’s largest ride-hailing market. Photo: Shutterstock

China ride-hailing giant Didi to start trading on OTC market after NYSE delisting, ending an 11-month fiasco that angered Beijing

  • On the over-the-counter market, Didi’s trading symbol will change from ‘DIDI’ to ‘DIDIY’ effective at the opening of trading on June 13
  • Delisting from the New York Stock Exchange is expected to help complete Didi’s rectification process, so that it can resume normal operations

Didi Chuxing could now be on the cusp of being removed from Chinese regulators’ scrutiny, which would give the company room to rebuild its operations in the world’s largest ride-hailing market. Photo: Shutterstock
Didi Chuxing could now be on the cusp of being removed from Chinese regulators’ scrutiny, which would give the company room to rebuild its operations in the world’s largest ride-hailing market. Photo: Shutterstock
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