Text size

Didi signals risks of private investing in China tech

The removal of ride-sharing group Didi Chuxing from Chinese mobile app stores days after the firm raised US$4.4 billion in a public share sale brings to the fore the heightened regulatory risks for investors seeking private investments in China, especially in its high-growth technology sector. The second such instance in months — after the pulling of the US$37 billion Ant…

To access this content, please click back to the home screen, then click “Menu” (bars in top left bars) and then “Login”.
To enquire for a free trial, please start here.
Need more help? Click here or email [email protected].