Didi said on April 16 that its shareholders will vote on delisting the company from the New York Stock Exchange on May 23 and that it will not prepare for a listing on other exchanges before the process of delisting is completed. The Chinese ride-hailing platform added that the move is meant to help it “better cooperate with the cybersecurity review and rectification measures,” after unveiling plans in December to drop its US listing and pursue another one in Hong Kong. Chinese regulators responded to the news by saying that Didi’s delisting would not interfere with their current talks with US counterparts over the audit inspection of US-listed Chinese companies. [Caixin, in Chinese]