Mergers & Acquisitions And Partnerships In China
Mergers & Acquisitions and Partnerships in China provides a fast and accessible framework to external growth in China, and is an attempt to accurately describe the main operative conditions and in particular the most common pitfalls for foreign businessmen. The business cases in this book illustrate real business situations, including different outcomes and a thorough analysis of the reasons for success or failure of the case. The authors provide all the necessary tools to better master the negotiation and transaction process, and provide in particular, detailed explanation on the due diligence process and the regulatory framework to help readers successfully lead acquisitions in China. Written by well-known experts in finance, law, and management, who all have deep business knowledge of China, the book aims to help practitioners, such as law firms, audit and advisory firms, and entrepreneurs to start or grow their businesses in China through successful partnerships, and acquisitions and mergers by explaining how these aspects are regulated by a complex web of laws, regulatory, and political practices in a context where the state plays a key role in the approval of important transactions.
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Chapter 1 Preparing for an External Growth Operation in China
Chapter 2 Initial Approach of the External Growth Operation
Chapter 3 Managing Acquisitions Risks
Chapter 4 Negotiating Effectively
Chapter 5 Closing the Transaction
Seven Case Studies of Mergers Acquisitions and Partnerships in China
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