The COVID-19 has ushered in unprecedented times for our country and our global community. Certainly, the pandemic is impacting the way M&A transactions are looked at, papered, implemented, and even priced.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced big-name brands to pursue unique strategies to secure fiscal relief. Even prior to the pandemic’s outbreak, certain retailers experienced financial difficulties and filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Very few countries, particularly in the developing world, have experienced rapid economic growth without agricultural growth either preceding or accompanying it (Anderson and Lorch, 2001). This is because agricultural growth is a catalyst to broad based development.