A top Chinese ride-hailing company delists from the NYSE just months after its IPO

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The ride-hailing company Didi says it has about 600 million users, theoretically giving the company access to the addresses and travel history of many government employees who use the app. Nicolas Asfouri/AFP via Getty Images

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BEIJING – The Chinese ride-hailing platform Didi Chuxing says it will delist from the New York Stock Exchange and instead move to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange after coming under intense Chinese regulatory scrutiny.

The announcement reflects the rapid reversal in the transportation company’s

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