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SINGAPORE: Coronavirus-spurred growth in the technology sector will help drive merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the Asia Pacific this year, bankers and lawyers predict, with the potential easing of Sino-United States tensions likely to revive Chinese outbound investment.
HONG KONG: Li Ka-shing, Hong Kong’s richest man, is unwinding a bet he placed on oil more than three decades ago by paring his group’s stake in Husky Energy Inc, a Canadian asset dealing with mounting losses.
CALGARY: Cenovus Energy Inc is getting more than just a rival Canadian oil producer with its acquisition of Husky Energy Inc. It’s also shoring up its defenses against an anti-oil sands movement that could get a boost if Joe Biden is elected as the next president of the United States.
KUALA LUMPUR: The tide of US dollar liquidity is flowing slowly back to Asia and this flow seems to benefit mainly the larger, financially stronger companies or those with government ownership, including Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) S&P Global Ratings said.
PETALING JAYA: Axiata Group Bhd is not expected to pursue any group level merger at this time, and will instead seek to monetise stakes to free funds to invest into its digitisation agenda, according to Fitch Solutions.
HONG KONG: Asian tycoons are looking to snap up assets pummelled by the deadly coronavirus at bargain prices, but they are also facing hurdles as more governments seek to deter foreign takeovers of local firms.
Telecom masts that enable the next generation of wireless communication were set on fire in Britain in recent days, apparently by people motivated by a theory that the tech helps spread the coronavirus. Investors are taking note.
UK officials are in talks with mobile network operators about using their data to aid government efforts to repatriate Britons stranded abroad because of the coronavirus crisis, said three people familiar with the matter.
SYDNEY: Australia’s federal court approved a planned A$10.9 billion ($7.3 billion) merger of Vodafone Group Plc’s Australian business and local phone company TPG Telecom Ltd., overturning opposition by the country’s competition watchdog.