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They’ve shifted focus to acquiring the brands and technology China needs to transition to an economy driven by domestic consumption more than exports, labeled here as the new economy.
2016/10/24 07:41
Before 2013, China’s overseas dealmaking was dominated by state-owned companies
2016/10/24 07:42
Now private entrepreneurs are snapping up marquee assets like Italian football teams, American film studios and French fashion houses
2016/10/24 07:42
how China’s targets have changed, let’s look at annual deal volumes by industry.  
2016/10/24 07:42
Can China keep buying at this speed?
2016/10/24 07:43
The short answer: yes
2016/10/24 07:43