Sources: China sees Didi’s decision to go public despite regulator pushback as a challenge to its authority and is considering unprecedented penalties (Edwin Chan/Bloomberg)

Sources: China sees Didi’s decision to go public despite regulator pushback as a challenge to its authority and is considering unprecedented penalties (Edwin Chan/Bloomberg)

Edwin Chan / Bloomberg:
Sources: China sees Didi’s decision to go public despite regulator pushback as a challenge to its authority and is considering unprecedented penalties  —  – Regulators weigh several penalties, from fine to delisting  — Ride-hailing startup raised $4.4 billion in U.S. listing

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