Summary of A Talk from Robin Bew on Hyperglobalisation and Chinese M&A

Robin Bew Presents at China: Prepare for Opportunity, 2012, Shanghai

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A Talk from Robin Bew on Hyperglobalisation and Chinese M&A summary
Chinese businesses are embarking on an acquisition quest, and their compasses point west, not south.

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In recent years, Chinese M&A activity has focused on buying natural resources companies in Africa and Latin America. But China’s long-term goal is access to markets as well as to resources. The Chinese are embarking on an acquisition quest, and their compasses point west. Robin Bew, managing director of the Economist Intelligence Unit, summarizes the challenges Chinese firms face and the steps they can take toward more successful outcomes. getAbstract suggests this succinct, though rather promotional, address to executives on both sides of M&A deals.

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  • What drives Chinese mergers and acquisitions
  • How Chinese companies can optimize the acquisition process
  • What sectors Chinese firms are targeting
 

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Several trends will influence global business in the coming years: The locus of economic demand will shift toward Asia, the Middle East and Latin America. “Hyperglobalization,” the participation of developing as well as developed nations in overseas investing, will soar. Clashes between Eastern and ...
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Robin Bew is the managing director of the Economist Intelligence Unit.


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