Opinion: why China’s global asset-grab is win-win

The desire of cash-rich Chinese firms to buy or tie up with international companies with brand power should benefit both sides. Crucially, it is also likely to speed up the evolution of China’s financial markets.

  • 02 Dec 2009

As recent weeks have shown, China’s international asset-grab is rapidly expanding from the resources sector. It’s beginning with automobiles.

The country’s privately owned company Geely looks set to get its hands on Ford Motor’s ailing Swedish unit Volvo with a US$1.8 billion bid. Meanwhile, the future of General ...

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