Inside M&A - May/June 2011


In This Issue:

Top Five Traps in M&A Transactions in China; Good Faith in England; German Antitrust Regulator Steps Up the Fight Against Gun-Jumping; and How to Watch Your EU Deals from an Antitrust Perspective.

Top Five Traps in M&A Transactions in China

As the second largest economy in the world, China has become one of the top global markets for M&A transactions. However, like many emerging markets, the Chinese legal, regulatory and business environment is still in a state of flux, and unwary foreign investors often fall prey to various traps in M&A transactions in China. In order to pursue and close a successful M&A deal in China, an investor must possess a thorough understanding of the local risks and challenges of Chinese characteristics, and wisdom and courage to come up with well-thought-out and creative solutions.

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