New Regime for Outbound US Investment Would Be First of Its Kind

New Regime for Outbound US Investment Would Be First of Its Kind


Jason Chipman and Marik String discuss potential consequences for US companies on cross-border mergers and capital flow in an article published in Bloomberg Law.

Excerpt: The House recently passed the America COMPETES Act, which is designed to boost US global competitiveness. However, the bill contains a little noticed but significant provision to create a new US government screening process for outbound investment.

If enacted in its current form after being reconciled in the Senate, the bill will have profound consequences for cross-border mergers, outbound US investments, technology licensing, and possibly even technology exports.

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