mergers and acquisitions
North Korea accelerates trade zone development talks to boost lagging economy.
Dynetek Industries Ltd. has struggled recently, saying it was looking in strategic options.
Prime minister says $15 billion deal will be analyzed to determine net benefit to Canada.
US airplane maker will sell its aviation operations to China’s Superiour Aviation Beijing Co. Ltd.
$1.79 billion price-tag is too high for a company with old production lines and no R&D budget, experts say.
China’s Superiour Aviation Beijing says it will keep operations alive in Kansas, saving jobs.
Bank of Canada reports suggests Canadian firms are confident they can cope with wariness of global outlook.
Petronas says acquisition would strengthen position as natural gas supplier.
More Canadian companies intend to pursue acquisitions, bucking global statistics, according to a survey by Ernst & Young.
It may be the slowest quarter in 10 years for mergers and acquisitions, but Canadian deals are up from Q4 of 2011 with transactions worth $48.7 billion, says a PwC Canada report.
M&A activity slid 25 per cent to $33.4 billion, down from $44.3 billion in third quarter.
Charlotte, N.C-based aerospace firm makes aircraft landing gears, wheels and brakes
Sichaun Bohong was to pay a $2-million deposite by Sept. 19 as a sign of good faith
Stalwart automotive manufacturer acquired by China Sichuan Bohong Industry Co. Ltd.
Fabory Group employs 1,600 people in 14 countries; annual sales exceed $300 million