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Didi Global Considers Going Private to Placate China and Compensate Investors – The Wall Street Journal

Ride-hailing giant has been contemplating delisting plan as crackdown widens and has obtained support from cybersecurity watchdog…

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HONG KONGRide-hailing giant Didi Global Inc. is considering going private in order to placate authorities in China and compensate investors for losses incurred since the company listed in the U.S. in late June, according to people familiar with the matter….

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