10Minutes on doing deals in China

May 2011
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Doing deals in China

At a glance

Companies seeking growth in China are exploring alternatives to outright M&A strategies, acquisitions, traditional joint ventures, wholly foreign owned entities (WFOEs), and dollar-denominated private equity funds to succeed. Here we discuss their approach.

China’s 12th Five-Year Plan recasts it as clean, cool and consumer-friendly. M&A is booming. But as some rules change, the May 2011 10Minutes says investors in the wider Chinese market must learn new ways to collaborate and create flexible contractual relationships. Learn more about:

  • Focusing on joint ventures and building equity in renminbi
  • The need for regulatory, tax and structural review
  • China as a market rather than an export hub

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