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By: ChinaDesk | April 07, 2017

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Unicom may get private-sector investor, pioneering next stage of China’s SOE reform
China Unicom, with the world’s sixth-largest network of mobile phone users, is poised to announce an investment by a private-sector investor, becoming a test case in the country’s reform of state-owned enterprises.

 

In a regulatory filing late on Wednesday, Unicom said its parent, China United Network Communications, aims to push forward with implementing the central government’s so-called mixed-ownership reform plan involving investors from the mainland’s private sector.

 

China Wins F.T.C. Approval to Buy Syngenta
The China National Chemical Corpor...

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By: ChinaDesk | September 23, 2016

A Newsletter on Deal Making in China

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China’s Capital Outflows Via M&A Are a Big Concern, Regulator Says


China‘s forex regulator acknowledged that it has found Chinese firms and individuals moving assets overseas via mergers and acquisition deals, but officials said pressure on capital outflows is easing.


“In the past year we found some Chinese firms and individuals moving assets overseas via outbound investment, this is certainly a key area of concern for us,” Guo Song, an official with the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) told a Beijing news conference on Thursday.

But he said no “large-sized” capital outflow via fake trade deals has been detected by the supervision body so far, and China will keep up pres...