Chinese Investment Into the U.S. Fell Sharply in 2017

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After climbing for much of the past two decades, Chinese investment into the U.S. dropped by 36% last year as relations between the world’s two largest economies cooled.

Long before this year’s trade restrictions were announced and the extent of tension between the two nations became clear, Chinese businesses and investors had hit the brakes on new U.S. acquisitions, sending the level of investment down to $29.4 billion last year from a record $46.2 billion a year earlier, according to data on foreign direct investment released…

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