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Chinese ride-hailer Didi says no data has leaked in US

Cyberspace Administration of China sparks hubbub days after company's big IPO

Chinese ride-hailing leader Didi Chuxing tried to maintain a low profile after making its New York Stock Exchange debut on June 30.   © Reuters

BEIJING -- Didi Global on Saturday said none of its data has been leaked to the U.S., where earlier in the week it made the year's biggest IPO, as it tries to quiet a social media hubbub sparked by the Cyberspace Administration of China's announcement that it has launched an investigation into the country's dominant ride-hailer.

The cyberspace administration's announcement, which came days after Didi raised $4.4 billion in an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange, triggered widespread social media speculation that data had been leaked in the U.S.

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