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Understanding Investment Opportunities in China

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    Bottom line: Sinovac may be forced to raise its buyout offer following a chorus of complaints from investors, while Ku6’s new buyout offer is unlikely to meet with any resistance due to its small size and big premium. The final days of the Year of the Ram are seeing 2 more US-listed Chinese companies head […]

    The post BUYOUTS: Sinovac, Ku6 Join Privatization Queue appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: Canadian Solar’s Recurrent Energy unit is likely to make its first public filing for a New York IPO in the next 2 weeks and should get a positive reception, while Jumei is likely to quietly de-list from the US in the next 3-4 months. One of the few Chinese IPOs likely to happen […]

    The post IPOs: Canadian Solar Charges Plant Unit, Jumei Looks Homeward appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: A new rival bid for Dangdang and the long closing period for Jiayuan’s privatization reflect growing shareholder resistance to low prices being offered for Chinese companies trying to de-list from New York. A couple of new headlines reflect the growing chorus of complaints about low bid prices being made for Chinese companies privatizing […]

    The post BUYOUTS: Dangdang Gets Rival Bid, Jiayuan Sidles to Exit Door appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: Beijing should launch an aggressive campaign to privatize state-owned enterprises, which could cause some short-term pain but will ultimately put the economy on a more stable long-term footing. The latest profit reports for big state-owned enterprises (SOEs) are coming in for the first 2 months of the year, and the picture isn’t pretty […]

    The post POLICY: Tanking SOE Profits Highlight Need for Privatization appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: Qihoo’s privatization is likely to succeed after shareholder approval of its buyout offer, though many similar pending deals could collapse and might consider strategic stake sales like the new one by LightInTheBox. The volume of noise coming from Chinese companies privatizing from New York has dropped sharply in the last month, reflecting volatility […]

    The post BUYOUTS: Qihoo Nears Exit Door, LightInTheBox Gets New Partner appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: A flurry of new de-listing activity shows that well-funded privatizations will continue despite market volatility in China, and could also spread to undervalued private companies listed in Hong Kong. The headlines are brimming with new moves in the buyout wave that has swept over off-shore listed Chinese stocks, which are privatizing in droves […]

    The post BUYOUTS: Youku Bids Adieu to NY, Wanda Properties Eyes HK Exit appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: Autohome and E-House are both likely to complete their privatizations from New York, continuing the migration of US-listed Chinese firms returning home to seek higher valuations on China’s stock markets. The drive back home for New York-listed Chinese companies continues as we head into the new week, with online car site Autohome (NYSE: […]

    The post BUYOUTS: Autohome, E-House Drive Back to China appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: 21Vianet’s new convertible bond indicates it may be abandoning its previous plan to privatize from New York, and could help to boost its shares by bringing in more investors from China. Nearly a year after announcing a plan to privatize from New York, data center operator 21Vianet (Nasdaq: VNET) has just issued an […]

    The post BUYOUTS: 21Vianet Tries Bonds as Privatization Stalls appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: Zhaopin’s slight raising of its privatization price could reflect minority investor complaints about undervaluation, while Autohome’s buyout price could rise up to 20 percent in a game of strategic maneuvering with Ping An. Minority investors have long complained that a wave of privatization bids for US-listed Chinese companies are grossly undervalued, and now […]

    The post BUYOUTS: Rival Bid Worries Heat Up Zhaopin, Autohome Deals appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: Many privatization bids by Chinese firms hoping to re-list in China could collapse if the CSRC cracks down on backdoor listings, though de-listing plans backed by big private equity names could still succeed. Rumors that they might get a chilly reception from China’s securities regulator has sparked a major sell-off for shares of […]

    The post BUYOUTS: Privatizing Shares Tank on Talk of Homecoming Chill appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: Privatization plans by Autohome and iKang will face long delays due to shareholder resistance and rival bids, while Wanda Commercial’s similar buyout will proceed soon after some technical issues are resolved. Three of the larger privatization bids by offshore-listed Chinese firms are running into snags, hinting at a growing wave of resistance to […]

    The post BUYOUTS: Autohome, iKang, Wanda in Twisted Buyout Tales appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: Dalian Wanda’s de-listing plan from Hong Kong is likely to succeed, while eLong could re-list in China and become the travel services provider for WeChat following its New York privatization. A trio of new headlines are part of the recent homeward migration of offshore-listed Chinese companies, led by a highly anticipated $4.4 billion […]

    The post BUYOUTS: Wanda’s Offer, eLong’s Exit, Yongle’s Backdoor appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: YY’s abandonment of its privatization plan and concurrent share buyback look like savvy moves to build confidence and attract attention from investors, and could soon be followed by similar withdrawals by other big buyout candidates. Following a steady stream of signals hinting at new obstacles for US-listed Chinese stocks trying to privatize, social […]

    The post BUYOUTS: YY Becomes First to Scrap Privatization appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: A new China Life bid for iKang could trump Yunfeng, while 21Vianet could be mounting a stealth privatization bid that would see it slowly sell most of its shares to big buyers before mounting a formal de-listing attempt. A few strange twists are taking place in the story that has seen some 40 […]

    The post BUYOUTS: iKang War Re-heats, 21Vianet in Stealth De-Listing? appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: Autohome’s shares will come under pressure after a mass defection of its middle management, most likely to start a rival company, while Ku6 is likely to close shop within the next 2 years following its de-listing from New York. A couple of new twists are bubbling through the headlines in a wave of […]

    The post BUYOUTS: Autohome Fades on Management Exodus, Ku6 Bows appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: Wanda may need to raise its offer price again to buy Carmike, while a plan to privatize its property unit stands a good chance of winning shareholder approval. Conglomerate Wanda Group is in a couple of a major headlines, one involving its traditional real estate business and the other for the newer entertainment […]

    The post LEISURE: Wanda Ups Carmike Bid, Gets Boost from China Life appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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    Bottom line: Jumei could formally abandon its stalled buyout plan soon, putting more downward pressure on its stock, while iKang needs to enter serious negotiations with two bidders for the company. Ever wonder what happened to a handful of buyout plans for US-listed Chinese companies that were announced more than two years ago but never […]

    The post BUYOUTS: Investor Blasts Unfinished Buyouts at Jumei, iKang appeared first on Business China : news for investors in China.


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