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European dealmakers are reaping the benefit of the United States’ trade war with China. While the volume of global merger and acquisitions slipped for the first time since 2010, according to research from Mergermarket, Chinese bids for European companies skyrocketed 81.7...
onshoring offshoring

Before, US firms often outsourced to countries such as India. This trend has now reversed. Onshoring is the new offshoring. Similarly, places such as Hong Kong are looking to the US as a way to lower costs. That is a dramatic...

Despite a slight dip in Q3, it continues to be a strong year for worldwide M&A activity. Here's some highlights from Thomson Reuters latest Trends in Deal Making webinar.

The need to improve efficiency, technology and quality in the Chinese food sector is creating many opportunities for foreign investors, including strategic players and private equity groups.
Think Cyber Threats Don't Impact You? Think Again.

Fact: Cyber criminals and nation states are having great success in penetrating our cyber defenses. Businesses, especially those involved in international mergers, acquisitions, hostile take-overs and IPOs, are targets, and the threats are significant.

With 185 IPOs already announced, 2014 in on track to become another record-breaking year. Here's a look back at some of the biggest IPOs of 2014, and what's still to come!

M&A activity in the mining industry has been muted so far this year, especially in North America. But with valuations so low and good projects to be acquired, does anyone have the guts to buy them?

Russia may have raked in plenty of medals at the Sochi Olympic Games, but some controversial oil and gas deals outside the country over the past year will garner few, at least from western judges. Russia inks oil exploration deal with Syria On...

In Peter Fuhrman's nearly-twenty years in and around the PE and VC industry in the US, Europe and Asia, he's never seen anything quite like what happens in China.

Historically, national oil companies (NOCs) teamed up with international oil companies (IOCs), offering them production sharing in exchange for technological expertise. But China's national oil companies have a new approach, one that sees them fiercely competing on the global oil and gas stage.