|Title:||Global cross-border mergers and acquisitions by industry with sales and purchases in dollar values for 2009 and 2010|
|Source:||World Investment Report|
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Cross-border M&As by industry, 2009-2010
(Millions of dollars)
Sector/industry Sales Purchases
2009 2010 2009 2010
Total X XXX XXX -X XXX Primary X XXX XX X XXX XXX Mining, quarrying and petroleum X XXX XX X XXX XXX Manufacturing XX XX -- -- Food, beverages and tobacco -- X -- -- Wood and wood products XX -- -- -- Chemicals and chemical products XX XX -- -- Non-metallic mineral products -- -- -- -- Metals and metal products -- -- -- -- Machinery and equipment X -- -- -- Electrical and electronic -- X -- -- equipment Services XX XXX -X XXX XXX Electricity, gas and water -XXX XXX -- -- Trade XXX X -- -- Transport, storage and X XXX -- -- communications Finance - XX XX -- XXX Public administration and defence -- -- -X XXX -X Other services X
The slow recovery of FDI flows in 2010 masked starkly divergent trends among regions: while East and South-East Asia and Latin America experienced strong growth in FDI inflows, those to Africa, South Asia, West Asia, transition and developed countries continued to decline. Inward FDI flows to Africa varied between subregions. In developing Asia, ASEAN and East Asia attracted record amounts of FDI, while in West Asia the impact of the global economic crisis continued to hold back FDI. Latin America and the Caribbean witnessed a surge in cross-border M&As, mainly from developing Asia. In transition economies, the marginal rise of flows to the CIS did not compensate for the sharp drop in South-East Europe. Among developed countries, flows to Europe and Japan declined, overshadowing the increased flows to the United States. All three groups in the structurally weak, vulnerable and small economies--LDCs, LLDCs and SIDS--saw their FDI inflows fall.
Some major developments feature in regional FDI:
* Intraregional FDI in Africa is increasing but has yet to realize its potential.
* FDI outflows from South, East and South-East Asia have been rising rapidly, demonstrating new and diverse industrial patterns.
* State-owned enterprises lead outward FDI from West Asia with a strategy of improving the competitiveness of the home economies.
* Latin America and the Caribbean are witnessing a surge in resource-seeking FDI from developing Asia.
* The investment link between developing and transition economies is gaining momentum, fuelled by the commodity boom and government support within both group of economies.
* The restructuring of the banking industry in developed countries resulted in both significant divestments of foreign assets and the generation of new FDI.
* A new plan of action for LDCs is proposed within an integrated policy framework on investment, technical capacity-building and enterprise development.
* TNC participation has led to significant infrastructure build-up in LLDCs.
* TNCs are contributing to the economic challenges of climate change adaptation in SIDS.
A. REGIONAL TRENDS
a. Recent trends
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Table A. Distribution of FDI flows among economies,
by range, (a) 2010
Range Inflows Outflows
Above Angola, Egypt, Nigeria ... $X.X billion and Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
$X.X to Democratic Republic of ... $X.X billion the Congo, Congo, Ghana, and Algeria
$X.X to Sudan, South Africa, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, $X.X billion Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt and Angola Zambia
$X.X to Niger, Madagascar, Nigeria and Morocco $X.X billion Namibia, Uganda, Mozambique, Chad, United Republic of Tanzania, Equatorial Guinea and Botswana
$X.X to Mauritius, Cameroon, South Africa, Zambia, $X.X billion Cote d'lvoire, Algeria, Senegal and Seychelles, Guinea, Mauritius Liberia, Senegal, Ethiopia, Gabon, Mali, Malawi, Kenya, Somalia, Cape Verde, Benin and Zimbabwe
Below Swaziland, Central Gabon, Tunisia, Sudan, $X.X billion African Republic, Liberia, Kenya, Eritrea, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, Niger, Ghana, Rwanda, Togo, Gambia, Swaziland, Democratic Burkina Faso, Sierra Republic of the Congo, ...