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China-US investment hit decade-low in first half of the year amid escalating tensions, pandemic


Investment between China and the US in the first half of the year hit the lowest level in nearly a decade amid escalating tensions and economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. However, recent surveys showed American and Chinese companies are still committed to each other's market.

For the first six months, total capital deployed through direct and venture capital investments declined by 16.2 per cent from a year earlier to an estimated $10.9 billion . . .

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