Didi Shareholders Approve Delisting from NYSE Amid Ongoing Tech Probe in China


Chinese-ride railing giant Didi Global Inc. stated it would go ahead with its plan to delist from the New York Stock Exchange after getting shareholders’ approval.

Source: DiDi Global

DIDI up +2.00%, BABA up +0.24%

Some 96% of shareholders voted in favor of the delisting plan. They included Didi’s founders Will Cheng and Jean Liu, who had initially indicated that they would vote on a one-voter-per-share basis.

Didi’s American depositary receipts have plummeted from their initial public offering price of $14 less than a year earlier, plunging many US investors into huge losses.

The company informed shareholders it needed to delist before resolving an ongoing cybersecurity investigation in China.


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