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01 March 2019 by Miguel Ishii Yokoyama and Alejandro Creel Ysita, Jáuregui y Del Valle
2018 was a year of uncertainty in Mexico due to the NAFTA renegotiation and the presidential elections. What we saw in 2018 was a number of transactions that involved the acquisition of real estate.
01 March 2019 by Eloy Alfaro B and Rita de la Guardia, Alemán Cordero Galindo & Lee
The environment for M&A transactions is favourable. The 12 months of 2018 proved to be an active year for the M&A market in Panama
01 March 2019 by Jorge Bleck and Maria da Cunha Matos, Vieira de Almeida
During 2018 and the first months of 2019, the M&A market in Portugal continued a consistent upward trend in what can be described as a "post-crisis period".
01 March 2019 by Ignacio Balañá and Iñigo Zumalabe, Deloitte Legal
optimistic about the market's appetite for 2019.
01 March 2019 by Daniel Raun and Philippe Seiler, Bär & Karrer
The current environment in Switzerland continues to be very favourable for both public and private M&A transactions and this was reflected in the high M&A activity in 2018.
01 March 2019 by Yvonne Hsieh, Eddie Chan, Patricia Lin and James Huang, Lee and Li Attorneys-at-law
Continuing with the momentum at the end of 2017, 2018 was a fruitful year for the M&A market in Taiwan which featured prominent acquisitions in the energy sector and a strong comeback for private equity (PE) investors.
01 March 2019 by Kudun Sukhumananda and Kom Vachiravarakarn, Kudun & Partners
The environment in Thailand for M&A transactions in 2018 was quite steady and did not experience many changes compared to 2017.
01 March 2019 by Ercüment Erdem and Özgür Kocabaşoğlu, Erdem & Erdem Law Office
The Annual Turkish M&A Review 2018 by Ernst & Young reports that somewhere around 191 transactions were closed in 2018, with a total value of $9.3 billion.
01 March 2019 by Roddy Martin and Antonia Kirkby, Herbert Smith Freehills
As we look ahead in 2019, after a strong year in 2018, the M&A environment is less certain due to the political uncertainty around Brexit and the associated possibility of an economic slowdown.
01 March 2019 by Vo Ha Duyen, VILAF (Vietnam International Law Firm)
The Vietnamese market has been a dynamic M&A environment. We have also seen that inbound M&A activity is increasing in both deal volumes and deal values faster than domestic M&A. According to public data, by dollar value, inbound M&A occupied more than 75% of total deal value in 2017 and the first half of 2018.