Noteby Thilo Hanemann | July 21, 2015 The China Investment Monitor (CIM) is a dataset that aims at providing a comprehensive picture of Chinese direct investment transactions in the United States. It currently covers the period from 2000 to the present. The data is updated on a ...
NoteThilo Hanemann and Cassie Gao | July 15, 2015 Reports of a $23 billion takeover bid by a Chinese company for US chip maker Micron has put the spotlight on Chinese outbound investment activity in recent days. This note provides context on Chinese investment activity in the US economy ...
ReportThilo Hanemann and Mikko Huotari | June 26, 2015 A new report by Rhodium Group in partnership with the Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS) analyzes recent trends of Chinese FDI in Europe, discusses the economic and political implications, and outlines priorities for policy and business leaders in reacting ...
ReportThilo Hanemann and Daniel Rosen | May 20, 2015 A new report by Rhodium Group in partnership with the National Committee on US-China Relations for the first time details Chinese commercial investment in the US down to the congressional district level. The study shows that Chinese companies are ...
NoteThilo Hanemann and Cassie Gao | January 15, 2015 The United States remains a major target of Chinese outbound investment activity, with $12 billion worth of deals completed in 2014. This note reviews investment and policy trends from Q4 in the context of full year 2014 trends. Q4 deals ...
NoteThilo Hanemann and Cassie Gao | January 5, 2015 With more than $50 billion worth of completed deals, Chinese firms continued to be an important driver of global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity in 2014. However, anticipation of a different growth model and more liberal outward investment policies have affected Chinese buying behavior and deal structures. This note reviews China’s global outbound M&A activity over the past 12 months, focusing on five trends that are most relevant for intermediaries and policymakers.
Noteby Thilo Hanemann | December 1, 2014 After aggressive policy liberalization that effectively lifts approval requirements for most overseas deals, outbound foreign direct investment (OFDI) by Chinese firms is projected to reach a new record high of $120 billion this year. However, the recent liberalization of capital controls has also further complicated the task of accurately recording such outflows. Alternative data points suggest that the growth of China’s outbound investment in 2014 was much less spectacular than official data suggest.
Noteby Thilo Hanemann and Cassie Gao | October 21, 2014 After a slow 6 months, China’s global outbound FDI picked up again in the third quarter of 2014. In the Unites States, Chinese firms spent $3.1 billion on FDI transactions from July to September, including Lenovo’s acquisition of IBM’s x86 ...
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