Taking the right chances
Regulatory reach is extending further, the price we might have to pay for growth is higher than ever and, economically, we’re still on uncertain ground. Is it all worth the risk?
SUMMER 2015
ISSUE SNAPSHOT
Legal risk:
adapt and evolve
Risk, as we once knew it, has changed. When a crisis hits, the pressure to respond is enormous. Companies need to be prepared.
The end
of austerity
We need to address Europe’s failing economic policy, argue Alistair Darling and Peter Bofinger.
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2017
Table of contents
Executive summary
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Introduction
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China’s emergence as a global player in M&A
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Near-term risks to China’s outbound M&A
The long-term potential of Chinese outbound investment
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Conclusions
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“During the crisis, everybody was looking at emerging markets, but now the US is looking like a good place to put money, as the underlying economy looks pretty stable.”
 
John Reiss, Global Head of M&A, White & Case
China’s rise in global M&A: Here to stay
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The record set for Chinese outbound M&A in 2015 and 2016 could become the new normal if China successfully manages short-term challenges
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