Asia’s dealmakers bank on Japan to extend record first-half M&A spree

HONG KONG/SINGAPORE, June 29 (Reuters) – Asia’s dealmakers are pinning their hopes on a prolonged upsurge in Japanese mega-deals to help cushion a possible slowdown in Chinese M&A and sustain the record level of transactions in the region seen in the …
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