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Dr. Julie Laulusa, Managing Partner of Mazars in China was recently interviewed by Europa Star Magazine and shared her insights on the watch market of the Far Eastern, please check more through: Gianthttps://lnkd.in/f2J4P6z

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Asia has become a global growth driver, both local and international companies are seeking assistance from professional firms offering a large range of business expertise in Asia Pacific.Mazars Guide to Doing Business in Asia Pacific 2017-2018 version is now ready for free downloading. Check out for more details: https://lnkd.in/ggnZHF9

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Accelerating the pace of Chinese deals overseas are initiatives such as the Government of China’s One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative that, inspired by the Silk Road trade path from China to Europe, is set to build a huge economic corridor that takes in almost two-thirds of the world’s population and accounts for one-third of the world’s wealth.

Backed by considerable financial resources, OBOR is set to open the doors to new trade, investment and economic opportunities between China and countries in Asia, Middle East, Africa and central and Eastern Europe. Certainly, the initiative is a major plank in China’s ‘going global’ objective that has already seen many Chinese companies take to the international stage as domestic growth slows.

In particular, the US and Europe have proven popular destinations for large private, listed and state-owned Chinese enterprises, with companies such as Huawei, Alibaba, Midea, Fosun and Haier now part of the business landscape in both regions. Yet significant challenges remain for Chinese companies that have their sights set on overseas expansion. More recently, state-owned Chinese enterprises (SOEs) are facing greater scrutiny in Europe over merger thresholds with failure to file for approval of a deal leading to sizeable fines. In the US, a move by Chinese investors to acquire a stake in Dutch company, Philips, was blocked by the US on security issues due to the fact that Philips has several US government contracts. And increasingly, unsolicited bids from Chinese companies looking to expand overseas are facing protracted and costly takeover battles.

Even after a successful takeover or merger, there can be further ongoing challenges relating to culture and operational differences. Discover the 5 key pre- and post-acquisition pathways can Chinese companies take to improve their chances of success overseas below:

  • Understand that there is no standard formula for success
  • Make effective use of public relations
  • Nurture leadership and talent on both sides
  • Place equal importance on profit and compliance
  • Manage expectations
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Mazars, in collaboration with King’s College London, are pleased to be holding a conference exploring “life after BEPS” and how the International Monetary Fund, European Union, OECD and UN are shaping the future of international tax policy.
The day consists of a comprehensive programme of panel discussions and break-out sessions. Hema Khimasia, UK Head of Tax, Coca-Cola and Anna Elphick, VP Tax Asia and Africa, Unilever will open the discussion, followed by additional speakersOn the evening of 12 October, we will be hosting a networking event and dinner to which delegates are warmly invited. This event will take place at The Yacht London from 6.30 pm, with breath-taking views of the London Eye, the River Thames and Westminster.
The Conference is supported by Dickson Poon School of Law, International Tax Law LLM Programme, King’s College London

13 October 2016, with a networking event on the evening of 12 October.

Marriott Hotel Grosvenor
Grosvenor Square, Mayfair
London W1K 6JP

If you would like to attend, please register online.

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投资海外优质资产 助力产业升级可持续发展

近年来,我国企业境外投资爆发式增长趋势,根据联合国贸易和发展会议(UNCTAD)发布的《2017 年世界投资报告:投资和数字经济》,2016年中国对外投资飙升44%,达到1830亿美元,首次成为全球第二大对外投资国。



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玛泽海外中国业务部最近新增了意大利 巴西 分部,目前在全球五大洲30个国家拥有分部。另有4个国家即将新设分部。

玛泽海外中国业务部 —— 巴西分部


玛泽海外中国业务部 —— 意大利分部