Chinese M&A back on the agenda after regulatory crackdown

By David Rothnie
05 Oct 2017

After a year-long barrage of regulatory intervention, Chinese corporates are re-emerging on the international deal making scene, and this time they are here to stay, writes David Rothnie.

When ChemChina announced its $44bn acquisition of Swiss pesticides group Syngenta last year, it was heralded as the arrival of Chinese conglomerates on the global M&A stage.

18 months later, and investors seem less convinced as Syngenta was forced to postpone a $7bn bond linked to the ...

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