Are these two deals more evidence that Western assets are under siege from an invasion of Chinese cash?
Hey, if I had a tough cross-border M&A problem in the U.S. with political implications, I know who I’d call.
Would a U.S. rejection of a China bid for Yahoo be legally justified? I’m not sure anyone would even bother to ask the question.
Rumor has it that Alibaba and Yahoo have a deal, although the specifics that have leaked out thus far do not inspire confidence.
In the wake of Yahoo’s recent troubles, should foreign investors in China anticipate government-backed asset stripping and forced equity transfers?
More trouble for foreigners that have invested in Chinese companies. Is a more conservative approach on the way?