China: Branching Out - November 2012

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China is experiencing an upsurge in outbound investment activity as growing domestic needs coincide with weakened and more accommodating M&A markets in Europe and the US.

Changing government policy is enabling domestic companies to upskill and acquire assets overseas to boost China's stature in world markets. Meanwhile, western businesses and institutions are tapping into the opportunity to offload non-core assets or to acquire growth capital from cash-rich Chinese buyers and investors.

In the current financial environment, it is an all-round win-win. But how long can it last?

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