KPMG International's latest Emerging Markets International Acquisitions Tracker (EMIAT) shows that the volume of corporate acquisitions involving emerging markets has dropped.
After two years of growth, deal volumes between emerging and developed markets have fallen back to 2006 levels. Acquirers from both developed markets and emerging markets have shown a reduced appetite for deals.
Interestingly, E2D (emerging to developed) deals are no larger a proportion of the mix than they were at the end of 2006. The overall deal volume between emerging countries has also continued to decline.
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EMIAT - Emerging Markets International Acquisition Tracker (PDF 635 MB)