Didi Extends Drop as China Weighs Rule Changes

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Jul.07 — Didi Global Inc. shares fell for a third consecutive day to fresh lows as Chinese regulators are considering closing a loophole used by firms listing their shares abroad, according to people familiar with the matter. Crystal Tse reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.”

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