Didi Investors to Vote on NY Delisting After Beijing Crackdown

(Bloomberg) — Didi Global Inc. is widely expected to secure a blessing from shareholders on Monday to delist in New York, capping an 11-month ordeal that wiped out around $60 billion of its market value and turned the ride-hailing giant into a symbol of China’s tech crackdown.

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The internet firm’s biggest backers including SoftBank Group Corp., Tencent Holdings Ltd. and Uber Technologies Inc. are expected to vote in favor of a delisting at an extraordinary general…

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