WeWork halts China expansion as it struggles to fill offices
Coworking rivals Ucommune, Nash and Kr offer cheaper alternatives
People are seen outside the building of Wework's co-working space in central Beijing. Greater China's is the company's third largest market.
NEW YORK -- After a delayed initial public offering and the resignation of co-founder Adam Neumann as CEO, WeWork has put its expansion plan on hold in China.
New locations will open into 2020, but expansion plans for 2021 have been halted, according to people familiar with the matter.
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