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Chinese FDI into North America, Europe falls 73 percent in 2018: report

Reuters Monday, 14 January 2019
Chinese foreign direct investment into North America and Europe fell by 73 percent to a six-year low last year as the United States tightened scrutiny of deals and Chinese restrictions on outbound investment bit, law firm Baker & McKenzie said.
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