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We at BME had no inside information on these announcements, but there have been several interesting developments over the last few weeks that make our blog post on CFIUS timely. The Exon-Florio Amendment to the Defense Production Act of 1950 … Continue reading
Although not as widely known or understood as other regulatory schemes providing for U.S. government review of mergers and acquisitions, the executive branch has sweeping powers to review, stop, or even reverse foreign investment in the U.S. when national security … Continue reading