Singapore’s biggest telecoms operator is set to invest $1.8 billion for a stake in Thailand’s Intouch Holdings and an increased share of India's Bharti Telecom.
The Taiwanese company's CEO tells FinanceAsia the rationale behind its $683 million deal to acquire SunEdison Semiconductor.
One of Asia's founding private equity bankers outlines his hopes for the industry and eventual re-unification of his home country, Korea.
Universal Robina, the Gokongwei family’s flagship F&B company, is buying the Australian snack business for $461 million.
Victory for Chinese tycoon Wang Jianlin as shareholders give him green light to take commercial property unit off Hong Kong bourse before relisting on the mainland.
Support from both APG Asset Management and BlackRock is critical to Dalian Wanda’s take-private proposal.
Chinese consortium including state-owned SDIC paid $820 million for the Italian soccer club in the largest-ever Chinese investment into European football.
Another European football club falls into Chinese hands amid rising national interest in the sport under soccer-loving President Xi Jinping.
The funds are betting that use of the bike-ride hailing app will accelerate as Indonesia’s population embraces mobile phones.
The Chinese pharmaceutical firm offers $238 million to take Vitaco private, in the latest example of China’s huge interest in clean and green food products.
US regulator blocks Sanan Optoelectronics's offer for Global Communication Semiconductors, striking another blow to Chinese companies amid an otherwise good year for outbound M&A.
Landmark deal will end the fierce and costly battle between the two rival ride-hailing groups for market share in China.
The Korean conglomerate is set to pay $256 million for the remaining 50% stake in Hanwha Thales, a military equipment joint venture established with France's Thales.
Chinese firms have bought overseas in record numbers this year. Lighting group MLS is the latest, heading a consortium that wants to buy part of Germany's Osram for $440 million.
The takeover not only marks one of the largest acquisitions in the television industry but is also the latest foray of LeEco’s chairman Jia Yueting into the US market.