Law360 (February 13, 2020, 4:37 PM EST) -- It seems there’s never a dull moment in the U.S.-China bilateral relationship. Public markets relaxed following easing tensions in the trade war with China with the announcement of the parties’ Phase I trade agreement, signed on Jan. 15.
But continued strategic decoupling in the wake of the U.S. Department of Justice indictments of Chinese People’s Liberation Army members for the 2017 Equifax hack, and the proliferation of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide, has re-tightened macroeconomic concerns across the U.S. and other global markets.
Against this fraught backdrop, at the policy level, the U.S. government continues to focus on foreign investment into, and the...
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