[Global Network Technology Reporter Li Wenyao] August 11 news, China Business Daily reported that the acquisition negotiations involving ofo are nearing completion, the company that purchases ofo is mainly Didi. Not only that, Didi intentionally replaced the small yellow car on the market with its own brand of oranges. In this regard, the ofo side denied that the news was not true.
According to reports, a Tianjin logistics company responsible for Didi Orange and Ofo Intercity Logistics revealed that in order to replace some of the small yellow cars in Beijing, Tianjin Fujitec Bicycle Co., Ltd. and Didi plan to produce 150,000 orange bikes. At present, 50,000 vehicles have been produced and have arrived in Beijing to wait. "The manager of Didi's factory said that now that the acquisition has been completed, he may want to replace some ofo's bicycles for Qingju."
According to reports, ofo's acquisition negotiations are nearing completion, Didi is the main company that acquires ofo. Didi also intentionally replaced the small yellow car on the market with its own brand of oranges.
Ofo denied the news, and said that the content was completely fictional, and it would reserve the right to resort to law.
In fact, ofo has previously denied rumors of "merger" and "acquired".
In May this year, the South China Morning Post reported that Ofo had rejected Didi's potential offer. Ofo founder Dai Wei told Didi Chuxing CEO Cheng Wei that Ofo would never give up.
On July 30, 36, citing sources familiar with the matter, said that ofo and Didi had multiple contacts on the acquisition in July. "Didi continues to reduce prices, and each time the price is negotiated, it will be broken once, and The argument is that Didi's bid is now calculated in RMB. "
In early August, it was reported that Didi and Ant Financial will jointly invest in ofo for $ 1.4 billion, and the two will also assume $ 200 million of debt.
However, ofo has denied these rumors. In May this year, at a 100-member mobilization conference, ofo founder and CEO Dawei stated that ofo wants to remain independent and he does not want to compromise. "If you don't want to fight to the end, you can leave the company now."