Overview of China Overseas Investment in the First Half of 2018

In the first half of 2018, China’s foreign direct investment grew steadily. According to data from the Ministry of Commerce, in the first half of 2018, Chinese investors conducted non-financial direct investment in 3,617 overseas companies in 151 countries and regions, with an accumulated investment of 57.2 billion US dollars, …

Finding New Channels to Increase Dealflow: China and Germany

Alternative routes of entry into Germany are being increasingly explored by Chinese investors as they look to both skirt around restrictive regulations while also trying to demonstrate more sophisticated dealmaking nous, panellists at Mergermarket’s Germany Forum 2018 in Düsseldorf. Germany’s tech space has become the apple of many a Chinese …

China to pilot real estate investment trusts, moves a step closer to US$1.8 trillion market

China moved a step closer to standard real estate investment trusts (Reits) on Wednesday, after the government said it would pilot a product to support the residential leasing market, kick starting a market that could potentially be worth US$1.8 trillion. In a document released by the China Securities Regulatory Commission …

Turkey, an ideal destination for Chinese enterprises to “go global” under the “One Belt and One Road”

Under the “One Belt and One Road” initiative, Turkey has become an ideal destination for Chinese enterprises to “go global”. Over the past 10 years, Turkey, which connects East and West China, has grown into the 13th largest economy in the world and the largest economy in the Middle East. …

Global Mergers and Acquisitions Reach Record High in First Quarter

According to Reuters, global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) had their strongest start ever in the first quarter of 2018, totaling $1.2 trillion in value, as U.S. tax reform and faster economic growth in Europe unleashed many companies’ dealmaking instincts. Strong equity and debt markets and swelling corporate cash coffers also helped …

Overseas Asset Allocation: Popular under the Stricter Chinese Regulation of Real Estate

Due to the continuous real estate regulation and strict financial supervision, the investment needs of domestic investors, especially high-net-worth investors, are increasingly difficult to be satisfied. According to the statistics of Bloomberg, in less than two weeks after the finish of NPC and CPPCC in 2018, 14 cities had introduced …