Uber Technologies Inc's (NYSE: UBER) Chinese counterpart remained vulnerable to the possible derailing of its listing plans and regulatory penalties.
The ride-hailing company's main apps were removed from local app stores in 2021 remained suspended for the time being.
Didi looked to finalize its fourth-quarter results as required for a listing prospectus.
Didi became one of the biggest targets of China's tech-sector clampdown after it pushed through a $4.4 billion U.S. IPO in June.
The ride-hailing company targeted a domestic IPO following a regulatory crackdown.
Price Action: DIDI shares are trading lower by 12.40% at $2.96 premarket on the last check Friday.
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