Chinese car-hailing start-up Didi Chuxing announced that it has gained approval from the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SEE) to issue RMB10 billion (US$1.58 billion) in asset-backed security (ABS) products to fund its supply chain. The move, the first of its kind in China, marks a new and possibly risky way for Didi, and other companies, to expand their business.
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