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By Martyn Davies
CEO, Frontier Advisory



China’s overseas investment has been on the increase, mostly supported by government strategy and its sovereign wealth funds. Last year marked a major shift in China’s investment position, as overseas direct investment exceeded inbound foreign direct investment for the first time. Martyn Davies, Frontier Advisory’s chief executive officer, explores why Chinese outbound movement of foreign capital has evolved into a sophisticated strategy to acquire leading global companies.

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