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China’s Views On Investment. Think Communism.

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By: Steve Dickinson This post is part I of a two part series on why investing in Chinese companies can be so different than investing in Western companies.  In this first part, I address how the way Chinese companies typically view investment is so different from that in the West.  In Part two, I will… Continue Reading

Coke’s Failed China Deal. Private Equity Will Live To Do Deals Another Day.

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The South China Post did a story today on China’s having used its antitrust law to block Coke’s purchase of Huiyuan. The article is entitled, “China raises chills as Coke bid bottled up,” and it talks about whether the blocking of this deal will signal the death of foreign private equity investments in China. My… Continue Reading

China Private Equity/Venture Capital From People Who Know.

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Project Alpha just posted the transcript from a very enlightening panel discussion on private equity/venture capital in China. The discussion was at JP Morgan’s recent China conference in Beijing. I attended this discussion and found it very informative. The discussion was between Robert Theleen (CEO, ChinaVest); Joel Kellman (Managing Partner, Granite Global Ventures), and Brandon… Continue Reading

The Better Investment? China Or India

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The always insightful knowledge@Wharton site recently posted an article, entitled, “China or India, Which is the Better Long-term Investment for Private Equity Firms” and concluded — drum roll please — the two countries were essentially tied: At first glance, India might not seem the safer bet, with its pitted roadways, tainted water and visible, widespread… Continue Reading