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More foreign firms halted U.S. deals amid Trump administration scrutiny: report

Reuters Friday, 22 November 2019 ()
More overseas companies investigated by U.S. authorities for national security concerns have abandoned investments in the United States since President Donald Trump took office, a report showed on Friday, signaling headwinds for key sources of funding for U.S. companies.
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