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CFIUS weekly news roundup: April 6

April 6, 2018 by in News

It’s been a head-spinning week in the world of CFIUS, international trade and cyber security. First, a few regulatory deadline notifications: Deadline Notification: Bureau of Economic Analysis form BE-12. Friendly reminder regarding the looming May 31 due date for filing the Bureau of Economic Analysis 5-year benchmark survey on form […]

Weekly CFIUS News Roundup: March 30, 2018

March 30, 2018 by in News

Another big week in the world of CFIUS, international trade and cyber security. We’ll start with the story that deserves far more attention than it’s getting. Atlanta ransomware attacks: For more than a week, components of the city’s critical infrastructure—with the noted exception of the 911 system and water purification […]

John Kabealo quoted by New York Times regarding Trump Administration’s economic policy

March 29, 2018 by in News

Several outlets are reporting that the Trump administration is considering declaring a national emergency to justify the invocation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act of 1977 (IEEPA). This would provide the administration considerable authority to impose a broad range of economic measures to counteract China’s international trade policies, notably […]

New York Times interview

March 28, 2018 by in News

As the White House prepares to levy punishing tariffs on an array of Chinese goods, it is planning a much more strategic strike against China’s dominance in cutting-edge technology by restricting investment in American innovation. Read Full Story Here.

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