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Increased focus on ESG by European regulators puts M&A under the spotlight
IFLR’s latest primer takes a look at the first comprehensive crypto regulation in Europe
The UK government’s decision to reverse Nexperia’s ownership of Britain's largest microchip plant will toe the line of FDI litigation
This year's conference in Sharm El-Sheikh saw the focus shift to developing countries and their need for financial support
The wildfire provoked by the exchange's downfall last week demonstrates yet again the pressing need for regulators to act
Germany has blocked the sale of Dortmund wafer fab to Chinese competitor Silex Microsystems over national security concerns
Dechert's Dan Margulies and Dirk Behnsen explore restructuring options available to the country and lay out likely challenges
Claibourne Harrison of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher examines recent data and trends in US inbound M&A into the UK
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