Get Ready For Disputes As US-China Deals Multiply

Law360, New York (June 28, 2016, 1:07 PM EDT) -- Shaun Z. Wu

Nan Wang In May 2016, Chinese home appliance maker Midea announced a bid of over $5 billion for the attempted takeover of Kuka, the German robotics maker. Midea is already a minority stakeholder in the German business, and yet its bid values Kuka’s shares at nearly 60 percent over market price. This is perhaps just the latest example of how Chinese minority ventures may quickly evolve into outright takeovers. China-foreign joint ventures are now not only increasingly dynamic, they also mark the beginning of an era of aggressive outbound expansion. To date this year, Chinese counterparties have already...

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