GE to Invest $2bn In China

From the Financial Times:

General Electric plans to invest up to $2bn in acquisitions and other deals in China over the next three years as part of a strategy to double its revenues in the country.

The world’s biggest industrial company, which stunned investors last week when it announced its worst quarter of financial results in five years, is looking to hire a team of 20 “in-house investment bankers” to conduct the deals in China. “If we do not invest $2bn over the next three years, I would be disappointed,” said Steve Bertamini, chairman of GE’s greater China operations, in an interview with the Financial Times. The aggressive investment plans, which will include acquisitions and joint ventures, underline GE’s intention to expand its China business rapidly at a time when its domestic operations face a slowing US economy.

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