Chinese ride-hailing service Dida has resumed its plans for an initial public offering in Hong Kong and hired local investment banks China International Capital Corp. and Haitong International, as well as Japan’s Nomura Holdings as lead managers. On Monday, the company refiled its prospectus to the Hong Kong stock exchange, without elaborating on a timeline or the number of shares to be floated, although Bloomberg reported that the Didi challenger aims to raise $200 million as early as June. Backed by investors including online retailer, Nio Capital, and Hillhouse Capital, Dida suspended its Hong Kong listing plan twice in 2020 and 2021, making no progress within the period of validity, six months from its application. [TechNode reporting, Dida statement, in Chinese]