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China Invests in US Businesses at Record Pace

China is buying U.S. businesses at a record pace – What will the implications be and will alarm bells ring?

“Chinese direct investment in the United States could hit a record high in 2012, according to a new research report released Wednesday.

Total Chinese foreign direct investment in the U.S. is on pace to reach at least $8 billion this year, according to the report from research firm Rhodium Group. “

China buying U.S. businesses is a necessary part of correcting global imbalances.

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