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China's self-flying-taxi startup EHang takes flight on Nasdaq

Drone builder keen to polish reputation and boost transparency

EHang went public Dec. 12 in New York City. (Photo courtesy of Nasdaq)

NEW YORK/GUANGZHOU -- EHang Holdings, a Chinese startup that makes autonomous passenger minihelicopters, went public Thursday in the U.S.

The company began trading on the Nasdaq Global Market under the symbol "EH." It opened at $12.55 after pricing its shares at $12.50, the bottom of its expected range.

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