China M&A Round-Up


China M&A Round-Up

Cross-border investment trends

Whether actively pursuing overseas acquisitions or just keeping tabs on the competition, global executives will find this review of China-related cross-border M&A activity to be a valuable tool for staying on top of one of the world’s most dynamic deal environments.

What’s the Deal?

A regular column published by the US Chinese Services Group as part of China M&A Round-Up, featuring insight on topics related to the impact and direction of China cross-border M&A trends.


March 2018

China’s M&A Boomerang

The following article explores some of the domestic factors shaping the outlook for China’s investment environment, focusing on three kinds of transactional activities that are now flourishing within China’s borders: the redirection of investment by cash-rich private and state-owned enterprises into some cash-strapped domestic state-owned sectors, the dismantling of some of the most visible and aggressive outbound investors and the redistribution of their assets, and the provision of major new bank support to enable certain domestic companies to make headline acquisitions.

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