M&A and Automotive
The global automotive market is currently going through a period of uncertainty. The Western automotive industry, which has witnessed job and production cuts over the last couple of years, is increasingly focusing on emerging markets like India and China for growth opportunities and ways to reduce costs. This may spur deal-making activity in the region.
As automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) invest in new technologies and new models, their supply chain partners need to look beyond traditional manufacturing processes. Read our latest M&A material to learn more about the automotive industry in detail.
|Divestiture Survey Report 2013: Sharpening your strategy
Deloitte's third survey report of trends in divestitures and carve-outs combines input from approximately 150 professionals who have been involved in divestitures or carve-outs and includes insights from Deloitte's experience in the marketplace.
|Deal or no deal: Can busted M&A deals be avoided?
By identifying targets with low quality financial reporting early, CFOs can factor in the potential added costs and decide if the deal is one they should continue to pursue.
|Emerging markets, emerging opportunities
As the automotive companies seek ways to expand in new geographies and customer segments, find out more about the challenges and issues to consider before entering into a strategic partnership.
|Automotive and M&A
M&A is poised to be an important tool to spur growth and solidify positions. Read more to learn how M&A activities are shaping the automotive industry.
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