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Progress being made on revised outbound screening proposal

Progress being made on revised outbound screening proposal

A bipartisan group of Congressional leaders is working on a compromise that would create a new screening regime to review outbound investments in China and other adversarial nations. Experts have called the proposed regime “onerous.” A review and the latest updates are inside.

Ten Minutes On: The likelihood of a new outbound screening regime

Ten Minutes On: The likelihood of a new outbound screening regime

In the latest edition of our short video series “Ten Minutes On,” we discuss the potential for an outbound investment screening regime with expert and professor Sarah Bauerle Danzman. According to Danzman, the latest proposed regime would be “quite onerous.” All the details inside.

Commerce Sec. backs enhancing outbound investment screening 

Commerce Sec. backs enhancing outbound investment screening 

Back in early February, we reported that the nearly 3,000-page America COMPETES Act included a proposal to regulate outbound investments. Last week, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo indicated support for such a process. Details, likelihood, and implications inside.

U.S. House proposes an outbound foreign investment review process

U.S. House proposes an outbound foreign investment review process

Buried inside the nearly 3,000-page America COMPETES Act is a proposal to create an interagency process to regulate outbound investments. Details on these “National Critical Capabilities Reviews,” which would be the corollary of the CFIUS inbound review process, are inside.