China Matters: Paving the Way for Onshore Acquisitions of State-owned Assets
April 10, 2006
High-profile successes in the private equity arena have shifted the focus for many China investors toward shorter-term transactions that provide exit options after roughly three to five years. But for those foreign companies looking to take advantage of the last opportunity to acquire state-owned assets at a competitive price, before the recently announced share reforms for listed companies are implemented over the next 18 months, they must opt for the less trodden, longer-term route of an onshore structure.
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