SoftBank is pressing WeWork to postpone the stock offering after investors expressed serious concerns about the business and its corporate governance.
Final bids were due for the HK-based company in late September but its owners - HPEF and CVC Capital Partners - have decided to pause the process.
The taxi operator aims to list on the Catalist board for smaller stocks as soon as the first quarter of next year.
Home Credit, which has a sizeable Chinese business, could launch its IPO as soon as this month.
The firm plans to use the corpus to spruce up its acquisition plans and expand its food park business, among others.
Rest of Asia
Aramco is likely to give IPO roles to Citigroup, Goldman Sachs Group, HSBC Holdings and Samba Financial Bank.
The Morgan Stanley Infra Partners-owned business has more than 700MW in operational assets.
A big drop in We Company's valuation would be a blow to its existing investors, including its biggest backer, Japan's SoftBank Group Corp.
This is the second such notification received by the company.
The development comes after a dramatic fall in the entity's market value amid rising global trade tensions.
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