China’s car-hailing giant Didi Chuxing seeks $4 billion in US IPO
China’s online car-hailing giant Didi Chuxing has set a price range of between $13 and $14 per American Depositary Share (ADS) for its listing in the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), which would value the company at more than $60 billion, according to an update on its prospectus. It will be the largest IPO by a Chinese firm in the US stock market since 2014 when Chinese internet behemoth Alibaba earned the title of the biggest IPO. It would also likely to be the largest US IPO so far this year. Didi plans to list 288 million American Depository Shares, equivalent to 72 million shares of Class A.
中国网约车巨头滴滴出行在纽约证券交易所(NYSE)的上市定价区间为每股美国存托凭证(ADS) 13 – 14美元，根据其招股说明书的更新，该公司的估值将超过600亿美元。这将是自2014年以来中国公司在美国股市最大的IPO，当时中国互联网巨头阿里巴巴获得了最大IPO的头衔。这也可能成为美国今年迄今规模最大的IPO。滴滴计划上市2.88亿股美国存托股票，相当于7200万股A类股票。