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BEIJING, June 30 central enterprises overseas acquisitions repeated electrical failure in the community caused great controversy. In 2008, China's overseas M & A rose to 20.5 billion U.S. dollars (about 140 billion yuan), but on the other hand that the Chinese Overseas M & A has reached a loss of about 200 billion yuan.

According to Hong Kong "Ta Kung Pao" report, the Ministry of Commerce of transnational operations director, director of the Center of overseas investment thick Xing Yuan pointed out that the opportunities the global financial crisis is not only out in developed countries, but also in developing countries, all recently released State investment cooperation guidelines. However, she is also concerned about the pace of foreign acquisitions are not successful.

Report, according to Thomson Reuters, the Chinese companies early this year to February 17 the total amount of overseas acquisitions increased 40% year on year, amounting to a total 21.8 billion U.S. dollars, second only to Germany to become world's second largest-scale cross-border mergers and acquisitions countries.

Commerce Department data show that China's overseas M & A from 2002 to 200 million U.S. dollars to 20.5 billion U.S. dollars last year, accounting for 50% of the total external investment, but data indicate that foreign acquisitions last year, losses of about 2000 billion level, led to question whether the market going "bottoms" favorable opportunity. Hou Xing Yuan said, "hundred years of financial crisis, the resulting opportunities and will be once in a century"; the global financial crisis an opportunity not only out in developed countries, but also in developing countries, but also concerned about the risk problem.

Thick Xing Yuan pointed out that the success rate of global cross-border mergers and acquisitions under normal only between 20-30 percent. According to McKinsey's statistics, over the past 20 years, large enterprises worldwide merger case, the real expected results of less than 50%, 67% of China's overseas acquisitions successful.

Thick Xing Yuan explain why some countries always misinterpreted strategic intention of China's enterprises, over-exaggerated the so-called political risk, and even "political pressure" on the ground, through a series of procedures harm the interests of Chinese enterprises, free breach of contract. On the other hand, the issue of cross-border operations and acquisitions, talent, skills and capital to become the largest short board. Take money, for example, Chinese companies now rely mainly on cross-border acquisition financing of the Mainland market, able to use the international syndicate of investment too little.

Zhang Guoqing, a researcher at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences United States has also warned that the onset of the financial crisis has not been on, many industries are still the risk of instability, will stand sits hastily into the aftermath of the crisis. At the same time, master the basic skills acquisition of Chinese enterprises also need attention.

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Following the Christmas and New Year celebrations it's a good idea to give your body a little extra support in readiness for the challenges ahead and to replenish depleted reserves.

After all the festivities your body can feel sluggish and low in energy. In Chinese medicine terms, this is commonly due to the depletion of the body's Yin energy from excessive indulgence in rich food and alcohol as well as late nights and generally overdoing things. Common symptoms include fatigue, soreness and weakness in the lower back and legs, light-headedness, dizziness, irritability, mild anxiety and depression, poor concentration, night sweats, insomnia, unrefreshed sleep, dry skin, dry or sore throat, hot palms and flushing of the face. In Chinese herbalism this syndrome is defined as "Liver and Kidney Yin Deficiency".

The Liver and the Kidney meridian systems serve as the basic reserve of Yin energy, which is said to nourish and revitalise the cells, tissues, organs and systems of the entire body. It is believed that abundant reserves of Yin energy fortify all the biochemical and physiological processes of the body and provide the foundation for healthy physical and mental activity as well as balanced emotions. In turn, this allows for the free flow of Qi (pronounced "chee") or expendable energy derived for air, food and water, which invigorates and animates the body and its organ functions.

Good reserves of Yin energy and free flowing Qi, together with well nourished Blood and ample physical and mental drive (Yang energy) helps restore health, promotes resilience and manifests as vitality.

Examples of herbs to tonify the Yin, Qi, Blood and Yang are as follows: -
1. Yin tonics include Ligustrum or Chinese Privet berries, Poria mushroom, Schizandra berries, Rehmannia root, Codonopsis root and Lycii fruit
2. Qi tonics include Panax Ginseng root, Atractylodes root and Codonopsis root
3. Blood tonics include Polygonum root, Rehmannia root and Lycii fruit
4. Yang tonics include Cinnamon bark and Schizandra berries

When properly combined into a balanced whole body tonic these herbs: -
- enhance vitality and wellbeing;
- increase resistance to illness;
- provide energy;
- relieve tension and mild anxiety;
- improve resistance to stress and illness;
- aid digestion and the assimilation of nutrients;
- tonify the Liver;
- enhance the elimination of waste;
- gently activate metabolism;
- promote circulation;
- strengthen ligaments and tendons;
- support brain function;
- improve sight and sense perception; and
- provide antioxidants

Finally, for best results when taking Chinese tonic herbs it is recommended that people exercise regularly, eat fresh wholesome foods, drink adequate pure water, practice relaxation and maintain healthy relations with family and friends.

Paul Keogh ND, DMH is a qualified Naturopath and medical herbalist with 20 years combined experience in clinical practice and the development of medicinal-grade, integrated Chinese and western herbal medicines. Paul regularly reviews the benefits of vitamins, supplements and vitamin tablets for different goals and conditions.