Both sides relied on in-house counsel in Exxon's sale of $1.8 billion in assets to Hong Kong power company CLP.
By Tom Brennan, November 21, 2013 :: Deals
*Morrison & Foerster guides Global Logistics Properties on creation of $3 billion fund
*Simpson Thacher leads Chinese gaming company Boyaa Interactive's $127 million IPO
*Gadens advises PanAust on majority-stake purchase in Papua New Guinea gold and copper mine
Temasek-owned Pavilion Energy is paying $1.3 billion for a minority stake in offshore gas interests held by Ophir Energy.
The state-run Chinese food company sold two tranches of bonds worth $500 million each on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Global Logistic Properties will use the fund to build 1.8 million square meters of modern warehouse space in China.
The Seoul-based partner is guiding Samsung Display through a complex $2.3 billion agreement with longtime business partner Corning Inc.
The Australian gaming and entertainment has struck a deal with the New South Wales government.
By Quiteria Leung, November 14, 2013 :: Deals
* Vinson & Elkins on CNPC's $2.6 billion Peruvian oilfield buy
* MoFo and Wilson Sonsini take the lead on a $917 million Chinese semiconductor deal
* Clifford Chance helps MSG giant Ajinomoto buy into the Turkish sauce market
The Hong Kong-listed Chinese developer is raising the money in order to refinance existing debt.
For international firms, China has generally been a tale of two cities: Beijing and Shanghai. But a number of firms are starting to eye second-tier markets like Chongqing, Dalian, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Qingdao.