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China M&A Week in Review is SSCO’s weekly summary of deals and key developments in China related Mergers and Acquisitions. Our emphasis is on cross-border deals.
This Week’s Links
Outbound M&A and Investment
Chinese Comsortium Invests in the Bystrinsky Project of NORILSK NICKEL – Globe Newswire，29/12/2015 “MMC Norilsk Nickel (“Norilsk Nickel” or the “Company”) signed the set of binding agreements with Highland Fund to invest USD 100 million in the Bystrinsky project of Norilsk Nickel…The Investor will acquire a 13.33% stake in the Bystrinsky project with a pre-money valuation of Bystrinsky project of USD 650 million.”
China consortium wins bid for Myanmar SEZ – China Daily Asia,30/12/2015 “Myanmar authorities announced Wednesday that a consortium of six foreign group companies, led by China’s CITIC, has won the bid for implementing two projects of the country’s newly planned special economic zone (SEZ) in Kyaukphyu, western Rakhine state.”
China Shenhua Energy: to Gain Jawa-7 Project in Indonesia – 4-Traders, 30/12/2015 “China Shenhua Energy announces that Indonesia’s Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) plans to grant development and operation contract of 2*1000MW independent power plant project, the Jawa-7 coal-fired plant, to the company. This is the first 1,000MW coal-fired power project Shenhua has overseas, which has a dynamic investment of about USD 1.88 billion.”
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