US-China Mergers and Acquisitions and CFIUS Developments

The AmCham China Outbound Investment Forum is honored to have hosted three esteemed White & Case LLP lawyers, Farhad Jalinous, Gregory Pryor, and Stacia Sowerby, to provide the AmCham China business community with an overview of the current US and China investment market, discuss the ramifications of the newly approved Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act (FI … http://bit.ly/2zpY23C

How China’s Middle Class Views the Trade War

The trade war between Washington and Beijing has been analyzed largely through the lens of state-to-state relations. But any attempt to fully assess how the dispute will affect China’s domestic development and foreign engagement must take into account the country’s dynamic middle class, which has suffered the brunt of the ill effects from the trade war. The Chinese middl … https://fam.ag/2RACU33

Is Europe Finally Pushing Back On Chinese Investments?

The first half of 2018 saw a mixed picture for foreign direct investments in Europe from China. While overall figures for Chinese FDI in Europe were down by almost a third compared to 2017, the value of Europe-bound Chinese investment now dwarfs comparable figures in the United States. Chinese FDI in Europe is now nine times greater than in the United States. The two main … http://bit.ly/2O74xTe

Singapore and China to deepen financial cooperation

Singapore and China are looking at ways to deepen their financial collaboration and expand into new areas, with the city state’s central bank declaring it has achieved a “new milestone in financial cooperation” with the emerging-market giant. The two countries discussed the matter at a meeting of the Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation (JCBC) last week, the Monetary … http://bit.ly/2P68Cn0