China asks Didi to return on security fear from the U.S. - Bloomberg News - asks him to abandon her from China - asks Bloomberg News to delist - and that it's - for security fears - but in addition, China asks him to remove from America, or threaten - - China - in a recent article which tells Bloomberg News

China asks Didi to return on security fear from the U.S. - Bloomberg News - asks him to abandon her  ...

- Leading executives of "drive hailing" giant Didi Global Inc have asked the US-based security regulators to devise a plan to delist from the U.S. bourses on security fears, Bloomberg News reported.

China's tech watchdog wants the company to get off the New York Stock Exchange on concerns about leakage of sensitive data, the said, citing people familiar with the matter.

Didi did not respond to a Reuters comment.

According to a news report, there are proposals which are under consideration like a straight up privatization or share float in Hong Kong, followed by a delisting from the United States.

The report also said that the lower offer so soon after the initial public offering in June could either enfringe shareholder criticism or lead to the government's civil rights resistance.

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