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Didi to exit NYSE on June 10 amid uncertainty about China restart

Group readies apps for relaunch but Beijing undecided on penalty for ride-hailer

Didi Global has been barred from signing up new customers for its ride-hailing services and other apps since last July.    © AP

HONG KONG -- Didi Global will trade on the New York Stock Exchange for the last time on Friday, ending a wild 11-month ride on the prestigious U.S. market while leaving investors in the lurch about its future direction.

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