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Chinese officials from 7 agencies join Didi investigation

Tax, transport and competition regulators part of on-site security probe

Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi is under review by a multiagency regulatory team. (Source photos AP and Reuters) 

HONG KONG -- China's cybersecurity agency said on Friday that a team of officials from seven national regulators was being dispatched for an on-site inspection of the operations of ride-hailing company Didi Global.

In addition to the Cyberspace Administration of China, other bodies represented in the group include the State Administration for Market Regulation, the ministries of public security, state security, transport and natural resources, and the State Administration of Taxation.

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