The concept of Acquisition is the most common term used in various companies especially in emerging economies of China and India. This eruption in the process of acquisition has mainly occurred due to the rise in the process of globalization in the world market. Therefore, it has been a success mantra for various companies in the Asian region to implement the internationalization strategy of acquisition in order to not only expand their presence globally, but also retain their value in the competitive market. It should be noted that in order to successfully ensure acquisition in the business, the management of the company must have to adhere to the following three factors Acquisition Strategy, Acquisition Drivers, and Acquisition Pricing. The aspect of acquisition strategy requires the companies from emerging economies to develop an appropriate acquisition strategy by clearly highlighting its goals and objectives behind the process of acquisition. Apart from that, the development of the strategy would be in such a way that both the companies can be benefited from it.
According to Gupta (2012), it was seen that the researcher has stressed on highlighting how the aspect of the acquisition has been gaining popularity among emerging economies of the world. Most of the companies in China and India have been focusing on globalizing their business process through the process of implementing the internationalization strategy of acquisition in their operations. Furthermore, these companies have been developing appropriate acquisition strategy in order to benefit both domestically and internationally (Gupta, 2012). Similarly, the aspects of acquisition drivers force companies from emerging economies to focus on understanding both external and internal factors before acquiring any company in the developed economy. The aspect of acquisition pricing encourages companies from the emerging economy to analyse its financial strengths from acquiring any foreign company. This process of self-analysis benefits companies to understand their strengths and weaknesses during the process of acquisition of companies in developed economies.