New York Stock Exchange, Filing, Didi

New York Stock Exchange, Filing

China's Didi to list on New York Stock Exchange

China's Didi to list on New York Stock Exchange

25/6/2021 12:48:00 AM

China's Didi to list on New York Stock Exchange

DiDi Global Inc., China's largest ride-hailing company, said in a filing on Thursday it would list on the New York Stock Exchange .

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