China-U.S. Trade Law

China-U.S. Trade Law

Insights & commentary on active trade disputes between China and the U.S.

Tag Archives: FINSA

CFIUS Annual Report Shows Increased Focus on Chinese Investment

Posted in CFIUS and Investment
The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (“CFIUS”), the inter-agency group that conducts national security reviews of foreign acquisitions of U.S. businesses, recently issued its Annual Report to Congress for Calendar Year 2012.  That reports show that China surpassed the United Kingdom in 2012 as the source for the largest number of foreign … Continue Reading

National Security And Chinese Investment In The United States 国家安全审查及中国对美投资

Posted in CFIUS and Investment
This text is based on presentations on this subject made recently by Mr. Burke to the American Chamber of Commerce in Beijing, the American Chamber of Commece in Shanghai, and the CCH/Wolters Kluwer conference for in-house legal counsel in Beijing. Some Chinese Mistakenly Think They Are Unwelcome Chinese direct investment in the United States is … Continue Reading

The United States Remains Open To Chinese Investment 美国仍对中国投资敞开大门

Posted in CFIUS and Investment
中文请点击这里 This blog posted an article titled “Setting The Record Straight: The U.S. Is Open For Chinese Business; Don’t Worry Too Much About National Security Reviews” on December 12, 2009. Two weeks later Northwest Non Ferrous International Investment Co., Ltd. (“Northwest”) dropped its plans to acquire a Nevada mining company because a national security review … Continue Reading

Setting The Record Straight: The U.S. Is Open For Chinese Business; Don’t Worry Too Much About National Security Reviews 美国向中国企业敞开大门,请勿过分担心国家安全审查

Posted in CFIUS and Investment
中文请点击这里 Chinese and other foreign companies considering investments in the United States often are confused about the degree to which the United States is open to foreign investment. They hear terms such as CFIUS, Exon-Florio and FINSA and claims that the United States is now hostile to foreign investment, especially from China and the Middle … Continue Reading