Chinese authorities are considering imposing a massive fine of over $1 billion on Didi for allegedly violating the country’s data privacy and national security rules, ending an investigation that has lasted for more than a year, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. The amount would represent 4% of Didi’s 2021 revenues and mark the beginning of what the ride-hailing giant hopes will be a return to normal operations, the report said. Didi’s shareholders voted to delist from the New York Stock Exchange in May in the wake of the investigation. Alibaba and Meituan were fined $2.8 billion and $530 million, respectively, last year following the government’s anti-monopoly investigations. [The Wall Street Journal]