Strategy Note /
China

DiDi: Charged by regulators, China's Uber stumbles after launching its IPO

  • DiDi took only 20 days to be listed in the US market, which appeared odd to investors and regulators

  • With over 22 rounds of financing, the mobility company has long been under pressure to make profits for its shareholders

  • The Chinese government's investigation inserted high political risk into any plan to invest in the company's stock

DiDi: Charged by regulators, China's Uber stumbles after launching its IPO
Fuller Wang
EqualOcean
12 August 2021
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