Largest Acquisitions by Mexican-Based Companies: the Trends in Mexican Acquisition Activities - ZprymePosted by: Zpryme in News Room |
Austin, TX (ZprymeNews) April 28, 2008 -- According to Transaction Services M&A Insights: March 2007 Analysis and Trends in Mexican M&A Activity, significant increases in mergers and acquisitions originating from Mexico were completed in 2006,with more than 50; up from 25 in 2005. However, the figure does not include the undisclosed or private deals and transactions. In 2005, the deal value was about $6.5 billion which increased in 2006 to $8.3 billion. In terms of cross-border deals, Mexico-based companies doubled the 10 deals in 2005 to 20 deals in 2006.
Austin, TX (ZprymeNews) April 28, 2008 -- The transactions that involved Russian-based companies according to Ernest and Young Transaction Advisory Services 2007 on Mergers and Acquisitions in the CIS: Market Overview, reached $71 billion in 2006 which includes $11.4 billion of foreign acquisitions made by Russian-based companies. These figures show that acquisitions grew by more than 41 percent since 2005. The largest acquisitions involved metals and mining which overtook that of the oil and gas industries. Other sectors which showed active participations were the financial services, the media, and the retail sector.
Perspectives on China’s Road to E-commerce Development: The Need for the Government’s Active Participation on Reforms - ZprymePosted by: Zpryme in News Room |
Austin, TX (ZprymeNews) April 28, 2008 --The E-commerce in China is on its road to development despite the challenges and the barriers on e-commerce activities in China. In a study conducted by the High-tech Bureau of High Technology, Ministry of Science and Technology in Beijing, China entitled “Initiate the New Age of Chinese E-commerce”, it was discussed that the global economy opened the development of network technology and applications such as D2D, B2C and B2B. However, the study also revealed that in terms of economic development, there is a gap between that of developed countries and that of the developing countries like China.
Austin, TX (ZprymeNews) April 22, 2008 -- The political climate of China and its political policy were, for a long time, dominated by the great pragmatic statesman, Deng Xiaopeng. Deng Xiaopeng political leadership was geared towards the modernization of the People’s Republic of China. By the end of 2000 through an all-encompassing domestic and foreign investment program and enormous transfer of technology from Japan and the western world China became known as one of the greatest powers in the world.
Austin, TX (ZprymeNews) April 22, 2008 -- The political climate of South Korea is one that depicts struggle to make political reforms in a highly politicized bureaucracy. South Korea emerged from the break up of the Korean peninsula in Soviet occupied North Korea and US occupied South Korea after the Second World War.