Didi's IPO Gets Caught In China's Tech Crackdown

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After Didi launched a successful IPO in New York last month, Beijing took punitive action against the ride hailing giant. It also established new rules for Chinese companies that want to list overseas. WSJ’s Patrick Barta explains what that means for future economic cooperation between the U.S. and China.


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