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China M&A: Understanding Government Mentality

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China is embarking on its own path to globalization and increasing its presence in international markets as it continues to evolve its companies and society. Wang Wei shares his perspectives on the M&A market in China and the lessons that can be learned from the fact that this is inter-connected with government policy.  Now that China’s infrastructure has been developed, the government wants to acquire strategic assets abroad, and encourages M&A if it represents a strategic bonus for China.  China’s economic clout and government support means that Chinese companies will carefully select their strategic partners, and potential partners overseas need to be aware of this fact and adapt as necessary.

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About Wang Wei

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Wang Wei is adjunct professor of finance at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business. He received his Ph. D. in economics from Fordham University (New York) in 1992. He is the chairman of the China Mergers & Acquisitions Association (CMAA) and founder of China M&A Group. He was the executive vice president of China Southern Securities Co. Ltd. (1992-96) and chairman of China M&A Management Holding, Inc. (1997-2006). He has given a... [Full Bio]
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