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Japanese group’s business model under scrutiny after setbacks at Didi and Arm send stock prices lower
US sues to block Arm deal, Apple’s meme stock moves, Nanoleaf’s strip lighting
Ride-hailing group’s retreat following Beijing regulatory crackdown hits Chinese tech stocks
Ride-hailing group’s switch from New York to Hong Kong highlights growing distrust over sensitive information
Ride-hailing app’s pivot to list in Hong Kong seen as a vindication of president’s crackdown
Measures increase pressure on SoftBank-backed platform already under investigation over data security
Once a company is forced to delist in the US, it will not be easy for it to attract investors through a new listing in another market
There could be better days ahead for investors, but the wider sector still faces some challenges
Partnership looks to strengthen the allies’ ability to counter Beijing in the South China Sea
Promotions and discounts help ride-hailing rivals increase customer numbers
Cao Cao Mobility raises $588m as it tries to take advantage of crackdown on larger competitor
Pledge comes amid heavy pressure on tech sector, with regulators setting ‘rectification’ deadlines for Meituan and Didi
Beijing expected to use investigation into ride-hailing group to issue warning across tech industry
Communist party politburo determined to ‘improve’ regulatory framework
Embattled ride-hailing app’s shares soar but then settle after issuing denial to speculation
Japanese group’s heavy investments in Chinese tech have left it exposed to a regulatory crackdown
Sell-off in Didi shares is a clear warning of the dichotomy faced by investors
Beijing’s stance on Didi has echoes of Trump administration’s tendency to put policy before process
State spy ministry and 6 other agencies place investigators inside ride-hailing group’s offices
What to pay for what you cannot own?
Competing ride-hailing groups boost attempts to lure users during probe into market leader
An oversupply could weigh on the market and lower returns should the rally falter
Companies with 1m users will need to pass review to ensure sensitive data cannot be obtained by foreign regulators
Didi debacle signals end of steady stream of New York listings for Chinese companies
Two members of powerful banking committee say SEC must examine whether company misled investors