Improvements in the Market Environment for Foreign Mergers & Acquisitions
A new wave of foreign mergers and acquisitions (M&A) will be coming to China, but China's various problems prevent corporations from growing and becoming stronger. Dealing with these problems and improving the market environment for M&As in the country are major challenges. This paper discusses the reasons behind the rise of foreign M&As in China and puts forward measures for facilitating and benefiting from foreign M&As. In terms of the M&A of transnational corporations in China, the paper discussed that the government should not only establish restrictions on industrial policy, but also legally and effectively investigate and supervise transnational M&A, thus ensuring the industrial security of China.
Volume (Year): 3 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (March)
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