A Research on the Influences of Transnational Merger and Acquisition on China’s Industry Security

Jianhong Huang


With the rapid development of China’s economy, foreign investment in China’s industry has got strengthened in both breadth and depth. Transnational corporations, one of the sources of foreign investment, have done frequent M&A, hence having some actual and potential influences on China’s industry or even economy security. This article begins with the current situation and characteristics of transnational corporations’ M&A, then moves on to the positive and negative influences transnational corporations’ M&A in the recent time have on China’s industry security and puts forward some relevant strategies and suggestions for China about how to cope with M&A from the aspect of making reasonable use of foreign capital.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ijbm.v4n4p77

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