The ride-hailing company announced late Thursday it will withdraw its American depositary shares from the New York Stock Exchange and pursue a listing in Hong Kong in March. It said it will ensure that the U.S. stock will be convertible into freely tradable shares on another internationally recognized stock exchange. Didi’s shares plummeted about 18 per cent as of midday Friday. (The Logic, Bloomberg)
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