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
China’s CEFC to take control of unit of Kazakh state-run oil firm – Reuters, 15/12/2015 “Dec 15 CEFC China Energy Company Ltd has agreed to acquire 51 percent of a unit of Kazakhstan’s state oil and gas company which mainly owns refinery and fuel assets in Europe, the little-known private firm said in a statement…CEFC will take control of KMG International (KMGI), a fully-owned unit of Kazakh state oil and gas firm KazMunayGaz.”
China’s State Power Investment Corporate Energy Company – New York Times, 16/12/2015 “HONG KONG — China’s State Power Investment Corporation agreed on Wednesday to buy Pacific Hydro, a renewable energy company, from the Australian pension fund IFM Investors for an undisclosed price…The deal is expected to be completed in the first quarter of next year. Previous reports have said the deal would be worth $2 billion to $3 billion. ”
Chinese developer to build two towers at Ko Olina Resort in West Oahu – Bizjournals, 18/12/2015 “China Oceanwide Holdings Ltd. has purchased nearly 23 acres of land in Ko Olina in West Oahu to develop a luxury-branded hotel and a luxury-branded residential condominium for nearly $200 million.”
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