After the specter of delisting loomed lengthy, DiDi International Inc. (NYSE: DIDI) lastly succumbed to regulatory stress and introduced delisting from NYSE.

What Occurred:  Chinese language ride-hailing big introduced in a press release late Thursday its board has licensed the corporate to undertake vital procedures and file related purposes for delisting its ADSs from the NYSE.

Life has come a full circle for DiDi, which had a high-profile debut within the U.S. in late June. The corporate went public within the U.S. by providing 316.8 million shares at $14 apiece, elevating about $4.4 billion.

Since then, the shares haven’t taken off and continued beneath stress because the Chinese language regulatory crackdown hung like a Damocles’ sword over it.

Chinese language regulators eyed DiDi’s U.S. itemizing as willful disobedience as the corporate had gone forward regardless of opposition from Beijing. In China, a number of regulatory our bodies started probing into

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