Mergers and Acquisitions in China
Venue: New York
|Event Date/Time: May 31, 2005||End Date/Time: Jun 01, 2005|
These acquisitions are highly complex and potentially risky, but rewarding for U.S. companies looking for a quantum leap in market share and broader distribution in highly fragmented and already saturated markets. But China is a very risky place for doing business. Mergers and acquisitions of Chinese companies are complex because there are considerable challenges in bringing together companies or assets from different backgrounds and corporate cultures. Many U.S. companies that ventured into China have been astounded by the variety of challenges such as the regulatory environment, investment restrictions, cultural and management differences, asset values etc.
For this one of a kind “National Symposium on Mergers and Acquisitions in China”, the American Conference Institute has assembled an exceptional faculty of top business and legal minds who will provide you with an intensive, up to the minute review of the most complex issues that arise in acquiring interest in China.