How China is Reforming its Soe's to Become Mixed Hybrid Global Businesses Worth Tens of Billions of Dollars

Published: January 2022

We showcase six unique case studies of China's SOE mixed hybrid reforms, four which involved public markets and two major domestic mergers. These will likely result in internationally significant IPOs. We examine this new trend and show how new Chinese corporate thinking is gradually changing red chips to blue chips - and where the investment opportunities exist.

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In this issue:

This report looks closely at China’s rapidly developing Mixed SOEs. Traditionally known as Hybrid SOEs, this must-watch field is affecting future investment and M&A opportunity across many sectors.

Our analysis focuses on the specific investments and mergers taking place, developing reforms and ownership, and importantly, the product innovations which are a focus of the value being created by these ventures.

  1. Overview of China’s SOE reform progress; Mixed SOEs Key Pilots and overall sectors breakdown.
  2. Six global billion-dollar Mixed SOE case studies in, Logistics, Energy, Electronics, Construction and Commercial Aviation sectors.
  3. Developments in Corporation such as, China Southern Airlines, Xugong Group, GREE, Hillhouse, Capital, Philips, Eastern Air, State Grid, XD Group, China Logistics Group - and many more.

 

 

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