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The Takeover Process

The increasing number of merger activity during the past two decades is related to the 10 powerful change forces #1 Technological Change
The 2nd powerful change force Economies of scale, economies of scope, complementarity, and the need to catch up technologically.
The 3rd power change force Globalization and freer trade(General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade(GATT)
The 4th power change force Changes in industrial organization
The 5th power change force New industries
The 6th power change force Deregulation and regulation
The 7th power change force Favorable economic and financial conditions for much of the past two decades.
The 8th power change force Negative trends in certain individual economies and industries
The 9th power change force Widening inequalities in income and wealth
The 10th power change force Relatively high valuations for equities during the 1990s
Technological change #1 change force. Includes computers, computer services, software, servers, and many advances in information systems, including the internet.
Globalization and freer trade #3 change force. Improvement in communications and transportation have created a global economy. Nations have adopted international agreements such as the General Agreement and Tariffs and Trade(GATT).
Deregulation and regulation #6 change force. euro was launched in 1999 and became the sole currency for the 12 participating member states in 2002, continuing to result in an opening of boundaries & restrictions through Europe. competition produced deregulation in major industries.
Created by: ls1208