Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Global said Friday that it is preparing to delist from the New York Stock Exchange, only six months after its June IPO triggered a cybersecurity probe for overseas listings of Chinese companies. Meanwhile, the company will pursue a listing in Hong Kong, a preferred listing destination for Chinese IPO hopefuls due to increased scrutiny for overseas listings from Beijing. Last week, China regulators reportedly asked Didi’s top executives to come up with a plan to delist from the US bourse because of concerns about leakage of sensitive data. [Didi announcement, in Chinese]