A staff member checks a pig's condition at a farm in Zhongjiang county in southwestern Sichuan province in November 2019. The Charoen Pokphand unit in Hong Kong is seeking to entrench itself in China with the biggest M&A deal this quarter. Photo: Xinhua A staff member checks a pig's condition at a farm in Zhongjiang county in southwestern Sichuan province in November 2019. The Charoen Pokphand unit in Hong Kong is seeking to entrench itself in China with the biggest M&A deal this quarter. Photo: Xinhua
A staff member checks a pig's condition at a farm in Zhongjiang county in southwestern Sichuan province in November 2019. The Charoen Pokphand unit in Hong Kong is seeking to entrench itself in China with the biggest M&A deal this quarter. Photo: Xinhua

Hong Kong businesses step up M&A deals by latching on to China’s economic rebound

  • M&A deals have reached US$35.9 billion mergers this quarter through September 25, a 102 per cent jump over the preceding quarter
  • CP Pokphand Co’s US$4.1 billion proposal to buy 43 related companies involved in mainland pork-related business is the biggest deal

Topic |   Mergers & Acquisitions
A staff member checks a pig's condition at a farm in Zhongjiang county in southwestern Sichuan province in November 2019. The Charoen Pokphand unit in Hong Kong is seeking to entrench itself in China with the biggest M&A deal this quarter. Photo: Xinhua A staff member checks a pig's condition at a farm in Zhongjiang county in southwestern Sichuan province in November 2019. The Charoen Pokphand unit in Hong Kong is seeking to entrench itself in China with the biggest M&A deal this quarter. Photo: Xinhua
A staff member checks a pig's condition at a farm in Zhongjiang county in southwestern Sichuan province in November 2019. The Charoen Pokphand unit in Hong Kong is seeking to entrench itself in China with the biggest M&A deal this quarter. Photo: Xinhua
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