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Didi Global to start work on delisting from New York, to pursue IPO in Hong Kong -Breaking


© Reuters. On Didi’s headquarters in Beijing (China), July 5, 2021, you can see a sign. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

SHANGHAI (Reuters). Didi Global, a Chinese ride hailing company, said that after receiving board approval it will begin delisting the New York Stock Exchange and start pursuing a Hong Kong listing.

It stated in a statement that the company would organize a shareholder meeting for the vote on the matter.

Reuters published last week, citing sources who claimed that Didi’s highest executives had been pressured by Chinese regulators for a plan to withdraw from the New York Stock Exchange.

Chinese authorities did not approve of the New York listing of company for $4.4 Billion in July. However, sources told Reuters that it continued with it despite being urged by regulators to stop it from going ahead.

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