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Sector’s $500bn in deals helped to propel global M&A activity to an all-time high
Private equity firms have broken a 40-year record with $500bn in deals that helped to propel global mergers and acquisitions activity to an all-time high, and the dominant Chinese ride-hailing company, Didi Chuxing, became the largest Chinese company since Alibaba to list in the US, and nightmarish fears of traffic jams and clogged ports after Brexit never materialised thanks to several factors.
Private equity breaks 40-year record with $500bn deals
Didi shares rise on New York trading debut
How Britain’s Channel ports avoided Brexit meltdown
Tim Berners-Lee’s web NFT sells for $5.4m
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