CFIUS – Expanded Scope and Policy Implications

A relatively little-known Federal process has, in the last few years, been playing an increasingly active role in direct foreign investment and cross-border mergers and acquisitions – and seems poised to play an even larger one. The particular shape that role takes may well provide a leading indicator of the new U.S. Administration’s intentions on how it plans to balance its as yet unclear trade priorities with its declared focus on U.S. national security.

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