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Washington plans legislation on investment in China

The White House wants to require U.S. companies to notify the government before investing in certain sectors in China. There is now agreement in principle on legislation to that effect, the Washington Post reports. “The administration supports bipartisan and bicameral efforts in Congress to provide greater transparency on U.S. investments in China and other countries of concern,” National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan reportedly said.

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