Didi Global, China ride-hailing giant, reveals it faces an SEC probe about its NYSE IPO, on top of Beijing’s scrutiny and looming delisting

The Chinese ride-hailing giant revealed in its annual report filed on Tuesday that it faces a probe by the US stock-market watchdog concerning its US$4.4 billion initial public offering last summer. The revelation adds to woes including a cybersecurity investigation and potential NYSE delisting.

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