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Chinese companies invested a total of $51.09 billion into the U.S. via 65 deals in 2016. That's a 360% surge from 2015
2016/12/24 05:17
here's a look back at the five largest deals by Chinese companies in the U.S. in 2016.
2016/12/24 05:18
3. Tianjin Tianhai Buys Ingram Micro for $6.07 Billion
2016/12/24 05:19
The deal between Tianjin Tianhai and Irvine, California-based Ingram Micro marked the largest Chinese takeover of a U.S. information technology company.
2016/12/24 05:19
Approval was thrown into question amid recent capital restrictions in China. In efforts to clamp down on capital flight, China's State Council issued restrictions on Chinese companies buying assets outside of their "core" area of business.
2016/12/24 05:20
1. Anbang Insurance's $6.5 Billion Deal For Strategic Hotels And Resorts
2016/12/24 05:21
The transaction included 15 properties, including JW Marriot Essex House in New York and the Four Seasons in Washington
2016/12/24 05:21
The acquisition of Strategic had been on track to become the second largest U.S. acquisition by a Chinese buyer after Smithfield Foods's $7 billion sale to Shuanghui International in 2013.
2016/12/24 05:22