Didi’s Next Ride

Why Tiger Legatus is confident the stock will double from current prices.

(Qilai Shen/Bloomberg)

(Qilai Shen/Bloomberg)

Is the worst behind Didi Global, the embattled Chinese ride-hailing company?

Its shares — which were nearly cut in half from its $14 IPO price on June 29, after the Chinese government announced a crackdown on its business practices as part of a broader assault on some tech companies shortly after it went public in the U.S.

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