China Enters the World M&A Stage

Wall Street Journal  Nov 7  Comment 
Joy Global says the SEC is investigating its 2012 acquisition of International Mining Machinery Holdings Ltd, of China, and related accounting matters.
Reuters  May 5  Comment 
A Toronto consultant has agreed to pay $6.22 million (C$6.81 million) to settle U.S. regulatory charges that he helped bring two Chinese companies into U.S. markets through...
OilVoice  Feb 19  Comment 
HongKong listed Brightoil Petroleum has made the ninth Chinese acquisition of over 1 billion since January 2013. The company has acquired Anadarko Petroleumrsquos APC nonoperated interest in th
Wall Street Journal  Oct 23  Comment 
Chinese buyers have moved on from old-school resource acquisitions abroad. Lenovo's potential bid for BlackBerry is just one example of interest in assets other than energy and mines.
Forbes  May 17  Comment 
Ever since Caterpillar jolted investors in January with a $580 million write down of a troubled Chinese acquisition, questions have lingered over its debt obligations. Caterpillar alleged that Siwei, a mining-equipment firm in Zhengzhou, had...
Forbes  Jan 21  Comment 
Investors in Caterpillar got a nasty surprise last Friday when the company revealed that it had uncovered massive fraud at a Chinese mining equipment firm that it bought last year. Caterpillar said it would write down $580 million in the fourth...
Wall Street Journal  Dec 27  Comment 
A record year for Chinese acquisitions in the U.S. is enough to have protectionist politicians and regulators choking on their New Year's canapés. In fact, China's appetite for U.S. deals remains surprisingly limited.
Forbes  Aug 31  Comment 
 The move by Chinese billionaire Lu Guanqiu's Wanxiang Group to buy a controlling stake in struggling Massachusetts battery maker A123 Systems this month attracted criticism in the U.S. in part because the Obama administration has provided...
Financial Times  Aug 22  Comment 
A total of $7.8bn Chinese deals buying into the US is approaching the full-year record of $8.9bn set in 2007, according to Dealogic
The Australian  Dec 29  Comment 
CHINESE corporates announced deals worth $US9.9bn in Australia 2011, almost three times the $US3.7bn notched last year.

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