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Increased Chinese Investment in Real Estate May Trigger Scrutiny


Atlanta (September 15, 2017) - Hoteliers do not generally think of their properties as having national security implications, and in most cases, they are right. However, increased Chinese investment in U.S. properties coupled with the Trump administration’s focus on direct foreign investment in U.S. and trade relationships may mean that more hotel transactions are subject to Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) scrutiny.

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Article by: Catherine Morgen
Featured in the August 15, 2017 edition of Lodging Magazine

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