One of the most common ways for a business to gain access to the China market is through acquisition of, or merger with a local company.
But Chinese laws that govern foreign acquisition are complex and you may need to bring in a third party to accomplish it.
And there's another consideration, the resulting entity operates differently than a standard business, do it's important to understand the rules.
That's why if you are considering a merger or acquisition in China, you need the legal team at IPO Pang.
IPO Pang has plenty of experience negotiating and closing mergers and acquisitions, representing either buyers or sellers.
Their team has a strong understanding of how to get the job done, the law and the customs must be followed if you want to pull of the transaction on time and on budget.
There are a number of things that can slow or even stop the deal.
Poor due diligence, inadequate understanding of regulatory legal and political risks, or underestimating the timetable to complete the deal.
IPO can help withs with every aspect of a merger and acquisition from start to finish.
They often represent the foreign party on a hybrid structure fee so they share the risk and with skin in the game, they will make sure the deal gets done to your satisfaction.
Whether you want to buy or sell, the best investment you will make is teaming up with IPO Pang.
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