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Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
FRBSF Economic Letter
What is China's capital seeking in a global environment?
Titan Alon
Galina Hale
João Santos
Abstract

China is becoming increasingly active in international markets for mergers and acquisitions. Chinese acquirers are buying stakes in foreign companies to get access to resources, markets, and technology, among other reasons. With China's expanding wealth and vast foreign exchange resources, further growth in the volume and variety of foreign direct investment is likely.


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Titan Alon & Galina Hale & João Santos, "What is China's capital seeking in a global environment?", Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, FRBSF Economic Letter, number 09, 2010.
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Keywords: Investments; Foreign ; China
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