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Beijing begins to relax pressure on New York-listed trio

Full Truck adds clients again after yearlong halt while Didi nears delisting

Chinese truck-hailing apps Huochebang and Yunmanman were halted from taking on new customers for nearly a year after Beijing opened a cybersecurity probe against their owner Full Truck Alliance.   © Reuters

HONG KONG -- Shares of three Chinese companies hit by a regulatory crackdown on the tech sector soared in premarket U.S. trading following signs that Beijing was lifting a probe that slammed the brakes on their operations.

Ride-hailing platform Didi Global, job recruiting platform Boss Zhipin and Full Truck Alliance -- dubbed "Uber for Trucks" -- were barred from registering new customers during a yearlong investigation by China's cyberspace watchdog.

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