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China Clears Google's Motorola Acquisition

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Versed

May 19, 2012, 10:11 PM
Why and how is China deciding on the merger of two US Corporations? I don't care if you're pro or against this merger, not the point. I just don't see how they have such authority?
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Mark_S

May 20, 2012, 11:50 AM
Same thing passed through my mind when reading this. Hopefully this is a type-o.
What next? The Chinese deciding who occupies the White House? How we outsource our military?
Oh! I would not be surprised if they have a hand in that too.
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T Bone

May 20, 2012, 12:20 PM
I think it is less about whether or not they 'allow' the merger to take place than it is about whether or not they will allow the new company to operate within their country. If the Chinese authorities decided that a 'Google/Motorola' is too big and would be anti-competitive in China, and therefore decided to ban their products from the Chinese market, this wouldn't be good for the new company would it? So it is prudent, before calling the deal 'final' that they get approval from all the countries in which the new company will operate.
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island-guy

May 20, 2012, 1:45 PM
They manufacture the world's electronics and I'm certain they could care less who owns what....they'll produce them...clone them.....'share' the intellectual property....and watch the US dollars come in by the boatloads....
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Mark_S

May 21, 2012, 12:03 PM
Correct. They have cloned everything. I have seen their I-phone clones and they are not half-bad.
The Chinese do not care a rat's @!! because our $$$ keep rolling in. It is all about the money.
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