Ride-sharing firm Dida eyes HK listing

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By Jonathan Breen
09 Oct 2020

Chinese startup Dida, a ride-sharing platform, is looking to float on Hong Kong’s stock exchange, having filed a draft prospectus with the bourse.

The issuer submitted the IPO paperwork through sponsors Haitong International and Nomura. It is aiming to list as early as the end of this year, GlobalCapital Asia understands.

The company’s primary competitor is Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing, which also provides a ride-sharing service. However, early investor feedback for Dida has ...

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