September 13, 2020

Global M&A Deals Decreased 53% in Value, 32% in Numbers Comparing to Last Year Amid Pandemic

@Dime shares key takeaways from a recent Datasite Deal Drivers APAC report on the key M&A trends in the Asia-Pacific region in the first half of 2020, as well as the outlook, including industries, for the remainder of the year.

(Note the article linked below is in Japanese)

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