Chinese Investment in U.S. Startups Remains Healthy

Last August U.S. lawmakers passed the National Defense Authorization Act which was designed in part to stem Chinese acquisitions of strategic technology by requiring more stringent reviews of investments; in 2018 Chinese venture capital investments in U.S. startups reached $3.3 billion, a new record; the new rules have not been fully implemented yet so investment dollars could reduce once that happens; the new law means that more proposed investments by foreigners in technology companies must be submitted for review to the Committee on Foreign Investment. Source.

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