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Foreign Investment in the U.S.: How The Trump Presidency Could Change Things

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

Twelve years have passed since publication of the article Uncle Sam Watches Nervously: Foreign Investment in U.S. Industries in 2004. That article discussed the review process under the Exon-Florio Amendment delegated to the...more

CFIUS: The Past, Present and Tomorrow

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

Congress crafted the Exon-Florio Amendment in 1988 to fill gaps that it perceived in federal antitrust, environmental and securities laws, as well as in the general power of the president to declare a national emergency, and...more

Six Crucial Points About the Prohibition on Chinese Investors' Acquisition of U.S. Aixtron Operations

On December 2, President Obama, acting under the Exon-Florio law, blocked the planned acquisition by China's Fujian Grand Chip Investment Fund LP ("Fujian Grand Chip"), a Chinese investment fund, of the U.S. operations of...more

CFIUS Annual Report Shows Items of Interest for Government Contractors

by PilieroMazza PLLC on

The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (“CFIUS”) recently issued its Annual Report to Congress regarding transactions that they reviewed during 2014. Below are highlights of trends and issues gleaned from...more

M&A in the United States: What Chinese Cleantech Companies Need to Know about

by K&L Gates LLP on

China’s investments in the U.S. have increased rapidly and will continue to grow in order to acquire advanced technology, real estate, market channels and other assets. With solar module oversupply continuing through 2013 and...more

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