March 19, 2019

M&A Market Briefing: China & Hong Kong

Merrill DatasiteOne and Mergermarket are pleased to jointly present M&A Market Briefing: China and Hong Kong.

Investor confidence remains relatively strong toward China and Hong Kong. While deal values and volumes posted marginal annual declines of 1% each, both markets avoided much deeper downtrends amid China’s trade tensions with the US and economic growth uncertainties at home.

You can now download this special infographic newsletter that looks at trends and insights shaping dealmaking in the region as 2019 unfolds:

  • M&A market landscape in China and Hong Kong
  • Foreign inbound deals and the shifting interest among buyers from North America and Europe
  • Private equity and venture capital transactions and their contribution to the market
  • Healthcare spotlight: an inside look and analysis of investment trends into China and Hong Kong’s healthcare and life sciences industry

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