Public shareholders in Didi have approved a special resolution that paves the way for the delisting of the Chinese ride-hailing giant’s shares from the New York Stock Exchange, according to a filing with regulators, which sparked a 4% drop in the firm’s share price by market close on Monday. The results showed that 96.26% of the public shareholders who cast their votes were in favor of the delisting, the company said, adding that it plans to file a delisting notice on or after June 2. Didi has been the subject of a long-running probe in China over alleged data security issues since it went public last June. [Didi announcement]