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Chinese companies' cross-border M&A rising |Merger and acquisition |chinadaily.com.cn

From 2008 to 2011, Chinese companies' outward foreign direct investment in the form of M&As totalled $106.3 billion.
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Chinese companies have increased in cross-border M&A. From 2008 to 2011, Chinese companies’ OFDI in the form of M&As was $106.3 billion. According to an official from the MOC’s department of outward investment and economic cooperation, he said that mining, manufacturing and power generation are among the most favored sectors for Chinese investors. However, there are some obstacles, such as a lack of operation experience, weak risk controls and frequent safety accidents. The ministry will take action to support Chinese companies' overseas expansion.

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This article presents the current situation of Chinese cross-border M&A activities. It lists the challenges and problems of Chinese companies’ M&A. In addition, it also give the ways to solve problems.
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Foreign Acquisitions Worth $28 Billion are Just the Beginning of China’s Global Ambition

Foreign Acquisitions Worth $28 Billion are Just the Beginning of China’s Global Ambition | M&A between Chinese companies and foreign companies | Scoop.it
China’s rapid transition from a low-cost manufacturing hub to an innovation hotspot with growing foreign ambitions represents both a threat and an opportunity for companies and inv
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During 2009-2011, Chinese companies’ M&A deals grew to $28.1 billion, but it just a beginning, according to the Lux Research. This article shows the results of analysis of Lux Research: 1. Companies in sectors of energy storage, advanced lighting, emerging electronics and red-biotechnology are the main driver of Chinese companies’ M&A deals; 2. Chinese companies with a strong IP portfolio are more open to foreign partnerships; 3. Companies with poor government relationships are driven to look overseas.

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China takes the lead in oil M&A activity - FT.com

China takes the lead in oil M&A activity - FT.com | M&A between Chinese companies and foreign companies | Scoop.it
When it comes to dealmaking in the global oil industry, all eyes are on the east. National oil companies – known as NOCs – from Asia are increasingly dominating the global mergers and acquisitions landscape.
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NOCs are taking a bigger role in M&A activity. Chinese NOCs took 22 per cent of the global market in the first half of 2013. In the early 2000s, Chinese oil companies seeking to expand abroad complained of meagre opportunities and almost insuperable barriers to investment. This article tells the development of the international activities of NOCs inChina, explain how they mastered their opportunities to open the market and how to get numbers of M&As with foreign companies. 

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Which Way through the Open Door? Reflections on the Internationalization of Chinese Firms - Boisot - 2008 - Management and Organization Review - Wiley Online Library

Which Way through the Open Door? Reflections on the Internationalization of Chinese Firms - Boisot - 2008 - Management and Organization Review - Wiley Online Library | M&A between Chinese companies and foreign companies | Scoop.it
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This article questioned the Chinese case, it analyzes the reasons for the internationalization of Chinese enterprises, but also a preliminary analysis of overseas mergers and acquisitions without reason for optimism, but the analysis of the article on this issue is not thorough, but analysis of scale enterprises but in fact, the failure of Chinese enterprises overseas business activities are a variety of reasons.
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Challenges for China's outward FDI|Op-Ed Contributors|chinadaily.com.cn

Challenges for China's outward FDI|Op-Ed Contributors|chinadaily.com.cn | M&A between Chinese companies and foreign companies | Scoop.it
China's outward performance raises sorts of issues, especially because State-holding enterprises control some three-quarters of the country's OFDI stock.
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Chinese companies have a great achievement of FDI in international market. However, it also meets some challenges. This article presents the short-term challenge, medium-term challenge and long-term challenge to Chinese companies in terms of cross-border M&A. In addition, it gives the methods how to deal with these challenges.
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China Money Network − Chinese Cross-Border Deal Value Jumps 85% During First Half - Tune in for China's Financial Markets and Investment Opportunities

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This press shows that Chinese companies' cross border deal value increased rapidly during the first half of the year. In addition, Chinese companies' outbound deal activity saw greater increase in the first half of 2012. Energy and power were still the most active sector for Chinese companies. However, M&A activity inAsiasuffered a slight drawback during the first half.

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M&As expected to surge in 2014 - Business - China Daily Asia

M&As expected to surge in 2014 - Business - China Daily Asia | M&A between Chinese companies and foreign companies | Scoop.it
Optimism based on Chinese firms' appetite for famous foreign brands
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The global mergers and acquisitions market reached an eight-year low in 2013. This article summarizes international M&A in 2013. In addition, according to the belief that cross-border deals will rise during 2014 and that much of this will be driven by Chinese companies' gobbling up famous foreign brands, it predicts an increase in global M&A activity of between 10 and 15 percent during 2014. 

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