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Why has foreign venture capital investment into China soared in 2018?
Overseas VC funds have been pouring into Chinese startups this year—at certain points, overtaking their US counterparts. What’s the attraction and will it last?
Global cross-border tech M&A value remains strong
This year could see a new record for the number of tech deals between countries, even as macroeconomic and geopolitical uncertainty rises
A new trade agreement could invigorate Mexican M&A
Dealmaking in Mexico has been hit by tough political rhetoric. Now that North America's leaders have settled on a new trilateral trade agreement, and with a new Mexican presidency imminent, Mexico hopes for an M&A resurgence
China turns to Western Europe for M&A deals after US builds trade barriers
Political tensions and limited trade wars with the US mean that China is looking to do more deals in Western Europe—but could there be challenges on the horizon?
Banking M&A on course for a comeback after rise in value in 2018
Changes to regulatory and monetary policy and the rise of technology is driving M&A in the banking sector
Real estate private equity continues on a high
Private equity activity in the real estate sector displayed a solid 2018 start—but challenges remain
Megadeals drive buoyant US energy sector as deal value rises for fifth consecutive quarter
A stable oil price, shale plays and restructuring means that the US energy industry is on a roll that is likely to continue into 2019
Global dealmaking hits record highs despite quarterly dip in Q3
Momentum in M&A markets could deliver a record-breaking year, provided that trade tariffs do not slow the US and Chinese economies
In Q3, private equity achieves new post-crisis high
Buyout firms are making super-sized acquisitions in order to put large amounts of capital to work for investors
US Tech PE powers to new heights
Capital is flooding into the US technology space as buyout firms go head-to-head with strategics in M&A and VCs in later-stage investments
South Korean firms take an interest in US deals in H1
Policy changes in Seoul and Washington are creating incentives for South Korean firms to invest in the US