Determinants of cross-country mergers and acquisitions

The 21st-century corporate world has witnessed the phase of globalization. It has led to technological advancement and the removal of trade barriers across countries. This is important as the competitive advantages of different organizations differ in terms of availability of raw material, investment, technology and so on. Therefore, in order to ensure long term growth potential, organizations have started forming cross country mergers and acquisitions (M&A). In contrast to the domestic mergers, cross country mergers help businesses in realizing the scope of new market opportunities. This is evident from the rise in the volume of cross border M&A.

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Human resource issues in mergers & acquisitions (M&A)

Globalization and stiff competition in the marketplace has made business firms vulnerable to failure. There is greater integration of world economies and as a response the firms also need an integrated effort to perform in the competition. Thus, increasing numbers of firms are getting into merger and acquisition. Read more »

Why business’s engage in mergers & acquisitions (M&A)

Mergers and acquisitions have been ruling the business pages of newspapers since the recent past. The firms are increasingly signing M&A deals but earlier such deals were signed without much analysis with huge expectations of mutual success, but now the cons are also considered before getting into this. Read more »

Impact of Arcelor & Mittal merger

The globe‚Äôs largest steel company, ArcelorMittal (previously known as Mittal Steel) finally emerged victorious in its bid to acquire Arcelor in the year 2006. Read more »

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