Although the mining companies have tried to prove that they have properly protected the interests of shareholders, they have achieved good results in mergers and acquisitions in the past few years, but according to the report, it is predicted that this year, the mining companies will temporarily not conduct large-scale mergers and acquisitions.
Su Qiyuan, partner of China Resources Mining at PricewaterhouseCoopers, said: â€œIn 2013, the global M&A transaction activity will continue to be mild, far below the speed of rapid development in 2011. The mining companies will continue to pay attention to the opportunities, but will also pay more attention to rising costs. , resource nationalism and potential political factors behind the sale of assets and other risks." He said that China's resource companies will continue to "go out" to seek natural resources.
According to the report, in 2012, a total of 1,803 mining transactions were conducted globally, setting the lowest level since 2005. Compared with 2605 transactions in 2011, the transaction volume in 2012 decreased by more than 30%. Compared with 2011, the mining transaction volume in 2012 also declined. The total amount of M&A activity in 2012 was US$110 billion (including the merger of Glencore and Chaoda with a value of US$54 billion, which was announced in February 2012 and is currently completing all regulatory approval procedures). Gold and copper mining transactions dominated M&A activity in 2012. Excluding the transaction between Glencore and Chaoda, the total amount of M&A transactions in 2012 decreased to US$56 billion, and the total M&A transactions in 2011 reached US$149 billion.
In addition to the merger and acquisition transactions between Glencore and Chaoda, Canadian mining companies performed most actively in the M&A market (accounting for 29% of the transaction volume), followed by the United Kingdom (11%), Australia (9%), and China (9% ).
Su Qiyuan said: â€œAlthough mining activities in early 2012 were frequent, the volume of transactions declined in the second quarter, and the volume of transactions slowly picked up in the second half of the year. It is expected that the mining companies will rationalize their asset restructuring and large-scale mining enterprises will opportunity to peel off non-core assets, and Focusing on low-risk projects may also buy assets at a low price when the stock market is weak and when it is difficult.
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