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China Issues: M&A White Paper Series

While the process for conducting cross-border mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in China is similar to doing deals elsewhere, China’s very specific commercial, regulatory and cultural environment adds an extra layer of complexity at each stage. The China Issues: M&A White Paper Series looks at the five key questions potential buyers will need to ask themselves if they are to create value in China through M&A:

  • At what point should we walk away from a deal?
  • What is an acceptable price to both parties?
  • How should the deal be structured?
  • Does the deal present a compliance risk?
  • How can the acquisition be integrated into the global organization?
 China M&A M&A in China: Deal Breakers and Pricing Challenges
The first installment of the China Issues series addresses the first two questions companies will need to consider when navigating China’s complex M&A environment.
 Deloitte Image  M&A in China: Structuring and Compliance Considerations
The second installment of the China Issues series addresses three key features that the best M&A structures in China share: "Contain, Comply and Compete."

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