Scaramucci says China’s Didi crackdown an assault on capitalism, ‘form of political terrorism’


Hedge fund founder Anthony Scaramucci told CNBC on Wednesday that the Chinese government’s crackdown on Didi Global, just days after the ride-hailing giant went public in the U.S., is “a direct assault on global capitalism.”

“The bad news for the Chinese and the United States now is, if you’re a capital allocator in the United States, the risk premium just went up dramatically in China,” the founder and co-managing partner of SkyBridge said on “Squawk Box.”

Scaramucci’s comments came one day after shares of Didi tanked more than 19% as Wall Street processed a series of regulatory investigations and restrictions facing the company. The stock was down another 4% Wednesday morning in…


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