Didi-Uber Deal Draws Probe by China’s Antitrust WatchdogBloomberg News
Regulators have met twice with Didi, asked for documents
Didi-Uber deal would create $35 billion market-leading giant
Chinese regulators have begun an investigation into the landmark merger of Didi Chuxing and Uber Technologies Inc.’s domestic business, initiating scrutiny of a deal that would create a $35 billion entity with overwhelming control of the ride-sharing arena.
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