Mergermarket survey predicts more China M&As

NEW YORK: A mergermarket survey, "US/Chinese Cross Border M&A," found that 59% of respondents believe that US mergers and acquisitions activity in China will increase over the next 12 months and 67% expect inbound activity from China to increase as well. Mergermarket interviewed 75 US-based senior investment bankers, private equity practitioners, and corporate executives regarding the opportunities and challenges of US/Chinese cross-border M&A activity. The research also found that for private equity deals almost 50% of respondents believed China was a more attractive market than India, Brazil, or Russia. The report was published in conjunction with Jones Day.

NEW YORK: A mergermarket survey, "US/Chinese Cross Border M&A," found that 59% of respondents believe that US mergers and acquisitions activity in China will increase over the next 12 months and 67% expect inbound activity from China to increase as well. Mergermarket interviewed 75 US-based senior investment bankers, private equity practitioners, and corporate executives regarding the opportunities and challenges of US/Chinese cross-border M&A activity. The research also found that for private equity deals almost 50% of respondents believed China was a more attractive market than India, Brazil, or Russia. The report was published in conjunction with Jones Day.

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