DiDi Global (DIDI) to Exit U.S. Exchange, List in Hong Kong

Barely five months after its debut as a publicly-traded company in the U.S. stock market, this Beijing-based ride-hailing giant announced its decision to get delisted from the New York stock exchange and pursue a listing in Hong Kong.
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