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.
Luye Pharma Group has agreed to buy a subsidiary of Swiss counterpart Acino, becoming the latest Chinese healthcare company to look overseas for expansion.
Hot on the heels of Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties, the Chinese sports manufacturer wants to delist from Hong Kong. A domestic listing is widely expected to follow.
Fosun International’s bid for English football club Wolverhampton Wanderers is atypical for the conglomerate.
The state investment fund's move to take SMRT private follows the publication of a new rail ownership framework.
China's first joint-venture investment bank looks to expand its mergers and acquisitions franchise abroad to feed the nation's insatiable appetite for big-name purchases.
Taiwan’s stock exchange has scrapped a rule that blocks local companies from buying loss-making foreign entities, giving a boost to the country’s M&A bankers.
Softbank has made a $31.6 billion offer for British semiconductor designer ARM. It is the Japanese firm’s biggest acquisition attempt yet but looks unlikely to be its last.
The proceeds will be used to part-fund the acquisition of the 49% stake of CR Snow that it doesn't already own following the merger of beer giants AB InBev and SABMiller.
A potential trillion-dollar deal to create Korea’s largest telecommunications company was rejected by the country's Fair Trade Commission.
The SFC publicly rebukes the US bank for breaching the takeover code.
Chinese companies will wait and see following the UK's decision to exit the European Union in terms of investments and acquisitions in the country.
Financial and psychological tremors likely to impact Asia beyond just trade links.