The need for domestic data security checks of Chinese tech companies, such as Didi, before listing in the US adds another layer of uncertainty for IPO investors. Photo: Reuters The need for domestic data security checks of Chinese tech companies, such as Didi, before listing in the US adds another layer of uncertainty for IPO investors. Photo: Reuters
The need for domestic data security checks of Chinese tech companies, such as Didi, before listing in the US adds another layer of uncertainty for IPO investors. Photo: Reuters

Didi Chuxing ‘forced its way’ to a New York listing, triggering data security review, sources say

  • Source says Didi pushed ahead with US listing before it had full clearance from CAC, forcing Beijing’s hand
  • Didi says it had no foreknowledge of security review and says it will cooperate with Chinese authorities

Topic |   Didi Chuxing
The need for domestic data security checks of Chinese tech companies, such as Didi, before listing in the US adds another layer of uncertainty for IPO investors. Photo: Reuters The need for domestic data security checks of Chinese tech companies, such as Didi, before listing in the US adds another layer of uncertainty for IPO investors. Photo: Reuters
The need for domestic data security checks of Chinese tech companies, such as Didi, before listing in the US adds another layer of uncertainty for IPO investors. Photo: Reuters
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