China’s Direct Investment In US Drops 35% With Value Of New Acquisitions Reduced By 90% In 2017 Due To Regulatory Hurdles

China’s direct investment in the United States dropped by 35% in 2017 to US$29 billion in completed deals, and the value of newly announced Chinese acquisitions in the U.S. dropped by 90% compared to 2016, due to regulatory hurdles from both countries, according to a report by Rhodium Group, a research consultancy based in New York. 

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