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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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