It’s one of the biggest tech deals in China’s history, and now it’s being investigated by the country’s antitrust authorities.

China’s commence ministry has launched an investigation into Didi Chuxing’s milestone acquisition of Uber, because the Chinese ride-hailing company failed to declare the transaction.

The recent deal bring’s Didi’s total value to approximately $36 billion USD, however they failed to declare the deal to antitrust authorities because their revenue is below the threshold required for a review, the Wall Street Journal first reported.

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Cate Cadell

Cate is a tech writer. She worked as a journalist in Australia, Mongolia and Myanmar. You can reach her (in Chinese or English) at: @catecadell or catecadell@technode.com