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Companies, Investors Unconcerned About Outbound Regime…So Far – Inward/ Foreign Investment


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Brandon Van Grack spoke to Foreign Investment Watch
about a survey of readers at U.S. investment firms that showed
nearly half of U.S. institutional investors weren’t aware of
the potential for outbound investment reviews.

According to Brandon, there’s a lot of political noise in
the marketplace that confuses market participants. “I
don’t think the lack of awareness is a surprise because the
rise of anti-Chinese government rhetoric from the U.S. government
in recent years means it can be challenging to determine what is
likely and real,” he said.

Brandon believes respondents are underestimating the impact of a
political outbound regime. “I predict it will be far more
onerous and consequential than your numbers suggest,” he said,
adding that some of the lack of concern may be related to the fact
that the currently contemplated regulations are limited in scope.
“But once the U.S. government opens a regulatory door, it
never closes it, and soon finds an excuse to open it
further.”

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Originally published by Foreign Investment Watch

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