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    Describe how a merge occurs with in the USA and China.

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    • Using the two countries (China and USA), write a paper of approximately 1,350 words in which you:
    o Extend the examination to describe how the merger will now be specifically implemented.
    o Compare and contrast the communication norms within the countries and companies which will be merged.
    o Recommend an appropriate organization approach—either localization or standardization—and discuss the implications for company values, and support that recommendation.
    o Analyze the effects of the organization approach on company communications and recommend and support strategies for effectively addressing communication issues.
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    • Using the two countries (China and USA), write a paper of approximately 1,350 words in which you:

    o Extend the examination to describe how the merger will now be specifically implemented.

    The Chinese company that seeks a merger or acquisition of a U.S. company must ensure that it adheres to the regulatory, corporate, and legislative rules that are required for any overseas merger. Therefore, the specific implementation process will be briefly discussed. It's imperative that any merger or acquisition (M&A) seeks to involve federal and state governmental agencies wherein the intent is to be able to understand what pertinent concerns that stakeholders in both state and federal government will have regarding the merger. A Chinese company seeking a (M&A) must ensure that they have U.S. counsel that can thoroughly account for the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States ("CFIUS"), which must be accounted for before any serious attempt to conduct a (M&A). Determining whether or not to conduct a merger or acquisition should also be clearly identified along with a thorough review of any potential legal issues that could emanate from the (M&A).
    Different industries require specific adherence to industry-specific regulations, and the Chinese company must ensure that the organization is well versed about these regulations. Other variables that must be accounted for entail ensuring that the merger doesn't run afoul of the Foreign Investment and National Security Act of 2007 (FINSA). Therefore, the first step toward implementing any merger or acquisition entails ensuring that the (M&A) can legally be allowed, because one major Chinese, (Huawei Technologies), which is a major Chinese company that failed to properly conduct these steps and was blocked from acquiring a California company based upon national security protections. The primary reason that many believe ...

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