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Review of China’s M & a market in 2020 and prospect in 2021 From PWC

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According to the review of China’s M & a market in 2020 and the outlook for 2021, the transaction amount of China’s M & A activities in 2020 increased by 30% to US $733.8 billion, which is the highest level since 2016. Mainly due to the strong investment support of state-owned enterprises and government funds, the number of M & A transactions increased by 11% over the previous year, the cross-border transaction volume decreased, and the activity of private equity funds increased It’s going up a lot.

In terms of transaction volume and volume, China accounts for about 15% of the global M & a market and plays an increasingly important role in the global market. The policies and Strategies of the Chinese government, such as further opening-up policy, “industrial upgrading”, “double circulation” and regional economic integration, are influencing China’s M & a market. At the same time, RCEP “regional comprehensive economic partnership agreement” will bring opportunities for China and East Asia, greatly enhance the global competitiveness of China’s advantageous industries and excellent enterprises, and promote more powerful Chinese enterprises to “go out”.

The amount of M & A transactions in China remained stable after the decline caused by the epidemic blockade in February last year, rebounded strongly in the following months, and significantly exceeded the same period last year in the second half of the year. In 2020, the growth of M & a transaction amount benefits from the strong participation of state-owned enterprises in domestic strategy and private equity (funds with state-owned assets background) M & A transactions, while the sharp decline of cross-border M & A slows down the growth trend.

In 2020, there are 93 super large M & A transactions (over US $1 billion per transaction), which reflects the acceleration of the restructuring process of state-owned enterprises and the government led capital injection into the financial industry. Private equity interests are concentrated in consumer goods, high-tech and industrial products (such as new energy vehicles). There are only eight super large overseas M & A transactions in mainland China.

In 2021, with the support of the reform of state-owned enterprises and the strategy of “double circulation” and “industrial upgrading”, China’s M & a market may continue to focus on domestic transactions. We expect some growth in overall M & A in 2021, mainly driven by private equity funds and financial investors (including state-owned funds), and the volume of private equity investment transactions will continue to grow. At the same time, from 2021, the overall level of overseas investment may increase. However, recovery will take time. We are not sure whether we can surpass the level of 2019.

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