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CFIUS sends security directors a letter on expectations; copy inside
CFIUS sends security directors a letter on expectations; copy inside

CFIUS has sent a letter to security directors outlining the Committee’s expectations on topics related to communication, availability and behavior. Among the bullets in the letter: Don’t advocate with CFIUS Monitoring Agencies on behalf of mitigated entities. Details and the letter are inside.

Report includes blueprint for states to regulate foreign RE investment
Report includes blueprint for states to regulate foreign RE investment

A conservative think tank, The Heritage Foundation, has published a report that, among other things, criticizes current attempts to regulate foreign investment, and proposes model legislation that states can utilize to combat China’s “land grabs” of U.S. land. Details and the report are inside.

Survey: When will the outbound rule drop? Place your bets now
Survey: When will the outbound rule drop? Place your bets now

As most Foreign Investment Watch readers know, the Treasury Department issued its ANPRM on outbound investment eight months ago, but we still have no update on the final rule. Since our readers have been pretty good at making predictions, we’re asking them again to give us the over-under.

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