The ASX-SGX Merger and the National Interest
ASX commissioned Access Economics to produce a report on why the ASX-SGX merger is in the national interest. As the report notes, internationally ‘no previously proposed cross-border exchange sector transaction has failed to proceed on the basis of regulatory disallowance.’ But in Australia, as Jennifer Hewett has noted, ‘the politics are overwhelmingly stacked against it’.
posted on 09 December 2010 by skirchner in Economics, Financial Markets, Foreign Investment
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