© Bloomberg. A pedestrian stands behind a logo at the Didi Global Inc. offices in Hangzhou, China, on Monday, Aug. 2, 2021. China will step up oversight of its ride-hailing companies, adding to a widening campaign by Beijing to rein in its internet sector. Photographer: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg
(Bloomberg) — Didi Global Inc. has begun preparations to delist in the U.S. and will start work on a Hong Kong share sale, the company announced on its Weibo (NASDAQ:) account.
Chinese regulators had asked Didi’s top executives to devise a plan to delist from U.S. bourses, Bloomberg reported last week.
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