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By: ChinaDesk | February 17, 2017

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TVB’s second-largest shareholder says it rejects buyback offer
The plan by Chinese media mogul Li Ruigang to tighten his grip on Hong Kong’s main free-to-air television broadcaster may be heading for a messy tussle, after TVB’s second-largest shareholder today declared its opposition to a HK$4.21 billion buyback proposal.


Silchester International Investors LLP, a London-based fund owning 14.1 per cent of Television Broadcasts Ltd, or TVB, said the January 24 buyback -- revised on February 13 -- was “essentially a disguised nil premium takeover attempt” by the controlling shareholder Young Lion Holdings, at a time when TVB and its share pr...

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By: ChinaDesk | November 18, 2016

A Newsletter on Deal Making in China


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Vestas considers buying China's United Power
Danish wind turbine maker Vestas is looking at buying Chinese competitor United Power, reported on Friday. The report said several independent sources, with knowledge of both Vestas’ and United Power’s strategies, had confirmed that a takeover or a partial takeover was on the table.


Deutsche Bank says sells China's Hua Xia Bank stake for $3.37 billion
Deutsche Bank said on Friday it has sold its 20 percent stake in Chinese lender Hua Xia Bank for a total sum of around 23.2 billion yuan ($3.37 billion) to PICC Property and Casualty Co.


Suning-Controlled PPTV Buys English Premier League TV Rights For Record $700M
The English Premier L...